cattle cattle  /ˈkæ təl/


  • (n) domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age



  1. He crowded his cattle onto pasture sprayed with weed killers and fertilizers.
  2. The rise was largely due to a shortage of cattle; ranchers had abandoned the business because of thin profits.
  3. Canadian cattlemen wanted a new breed of cattle.


  1. Cattle Grazing: Summer Storms & Wild Cherry Trees

    Following some of the rain storms and winds that have moved through our area recently, I received a phone call from a farmer who had noticed that a large wild cherry tree had fallen down into a pasture paddock. His question was: 1) how long should cattle be removed from that paddock?
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Dairy Herd

  2. Cattle industry expands Cheyenne office complex

    The 2013 Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show initiated a few changes in the 141st anniversary year of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Casper Star-Tribune

  3. Cattle Futures Slump on Signs of Slowing Beef Demand; Hogs Fall

    Cattle futures dropped for a third straight day on speculation that demand for U.S. beef is slowing as grocers fill orders for the summer holidays. Hog prices also declined.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

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  1. White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said earlier Bush assured Lee that the US government "is cooperating closely with the South Korean government and ready to support American cattle exporters as they reach a mutually acceptable solution with...
    on Jun 7, 2004 By: President Bush Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "I know what you're thinking," Letterman said of his mostly white beard. "You think Dave looks like a cattle-drive cook."
    on Jan 2, 2008 By: David Letterman Source: FOXNews

  3. "I've been to cattle barns before and sales before, in Arkansas, but I've never felt like I was the one that was being bid on," Mrs. Clinton said.
    on Jan 2, 2008 By: Hillary Rodham Clinton Source: Wall Street Journal

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