0.14 hectare is 15,069.46 square feet.
10,000 square metres equals 1 hectare. Cubic metres would define a 3 dimensional object which a hectare does not describe.
A "head" of cattle is just another way of saying herd of cattle. Instead of saying I have 100 herd of cattle, you would say I have 100 head of cattle (this way you are specifying the exact number of cows you have in your herd)
They would go on cattle trains were they would squeeze as many people on as they possibly could. Allot of people would die
Because either they have no evidence they exist, or if they do, then they keep if from the public because people would freak out and riot and there would be mass panic and chaos. People can be reduced to cattle when there is a large number of them and they are all panicing.
Raising large number of cattle
If there were any such thing as a square hectare it would measure the hyper-volume of a 4-dimensional object. How you calculate this would depend on the shape of the object. A really easy one would be a hypercube of side 100 meters; this would have a hypervolume of 1 square hectare, or 108 m4. The other answer to this question is that a hectare is already a measure of area; a hectare is 10,000 square meters, or about 2.4 acres. In our normal three dimensional world it makes no sense to square it; just the attempt could make your head hurt.
Many would brand their cattle with branding-irons which would identify the cattle by brand .
A cattle drive, a group of cowboys and cowgirls would gather and drive the herd of cattle to their destination. These people would spend about 10 hours a day in the saddle.
In the Auschwitz camps: Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II, and Aushwitz III, prisoners had their inmate number tattoo'd on them. It was a way of marking them like cattle, and it ensured their number would always be correct and visible.
because they thought there cattle would live pretty.
Cattle were important to people of many different cultures earlier than that. A good answer would be food and dairy products.
In 1856-1857 the Xhosa people willingly killed of almost all of their cattle and their crops in the hopes that it would save their people from European control. This was prompted by a little girl's vision of a man who promised that the Xhosa would be resurrected if all the cattle was killed. Ironically, the cattle killing left the Xhosa starving and forced them to work for the Europeans, who gave them food and aid in return.
The biggest Risk would be a stampede. When cattle are stampeded the y panic and trample the younger or weaker cattle. They can also loose tons of weight if they are not stopped soon enough. They would get scared by lightning and storms and the cattle would have a stampede and not only trample on the younger weaker cattle, but the ranchers, or cattle owners could get badly hurt.
yes,but it would be harmful to the cattle.
If you were to buy a used cattle trailer it would cost you about $3,000 to about $3,500 and would be in good condition. That is how much a used cattle trailer would cost.
There is only one in a head of cattle, each animal is one head. This word applies to the counting of critters, ducks, chickens, horses, sheep etc., even people. The word head is a variable here and does not stand for any particular number. the word cattle is plural so the grammar here is off. One you would not ask in this manner. Change the word to "herd and I would answer at least 3.
dairy cattle. 'Dairy cattle' just describes milk-giving cattle in general, and covers many breeds. Some people would say that Channel Islands cattle give the best milk.
Wolves would not make good work animals. They would eat the poultry and cattle.
Historically, as in the late 1800's, there would be at least a few hundred to a few thousand cattle from several ranches in an area that would be driven a cattle drive to the stockyards in order to be sold.
You would see cows,mettle,train,and people
People would put a metal stamp thing in a fire, then burn the cow with it.
That would be 50 cattle in total. By "pair" you would be referring to a cow with a calf at side.