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Behaviour in cattle

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Behaviour in cattle

This factsheet offers advice on how to recognise, interpret and manage cattle behaviour.

Friesian cattle
©Al Manning

 

Dominant behaviour

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Behaviour involving the head

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Walking behaviour

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Temperament changes

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Sexual behaviour

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Maternal behaviour

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Self-harm behaviour

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Other behaviours

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