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A Review : Comparison between Grazing Behavior of Cattle and Sheep

  title={A Review : Comparison between Grazing Behavior of Cattle and Sheep},
  author={Nima Mosavat and Mohammad. Chamani},
The aim of this study was to investigate the behavior of cattle and sheep grazing and expression of behavioral differences between cattle and sheep is because, to thereby allow grazing management strategies amid animal feed. Grazing circumstances, the daily consumption and duration is grazing, it can result from consumption of feed bite mass (mass and carved teeth) and tooth cutting (bite rate) Fodder, and the duration of time since eating and eating meals to consider. All herbivores digest and… 
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