Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Corn Maze Quiz 2

24 comments:

  1. O'Donnell Farm, Westfield, VT
    How many stomachs does a cow have?

    Some people say that a cow has four stomachs. Actually, a cow has one stomach with four compartments.

    Source: moomilk.com

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  2. You got me there..I would have guessed 4.Had the right number but the wrong info.

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  3. I'm glad the right info was provided. happy ww to you...

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  4. a great question!

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  5. I wish my stomach had 4 compartments: One for regular food, one for lizards, one for Temptations, and a spare one, just in case.

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  6. My husband would know - he was raised on a farm. Me, I'm a city girl gone country... I have no idea about cow's stomachs.

    Actually, I have a vague remembrance of learning that a cow has 4 stomachs, but wasn't absolutely sure!

    Great question!

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  7. Aww, you gave us the answer again! Very educational! :)

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  8. Cute. Haven't been corn mazing for several years.

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  9. What a question, lol ! I think she has two, because she gobbles once very quickly and then lays down to eat again the same stuff this time more cosy ! Fortunately I only have one stomac !!

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  10. Just read your explanation, finally I wasn't that wrong, lol !

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  11. oh if only I paid attention in science class! LOL

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  12. My mom knows this, because the university she attended had a huge agricultural faculty. One stomach with four compartments.

    Thank you for telling us about your experience with Turnip and the food. It is looking like I might be sensitive to chicken. I seem to be doing better on the duck food, so we'll keep our paws and fingers crossed that I continue to do well on it.

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  13. Great biology lesson :)
    Happy ww

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  14. Kinda half-got me... if that makes sense. I knew the "real" answer, but also knew the "folk" answer... and wasn't sure which to go with!

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  15. Funny! Happy belated WW! Hope you have a great weekend :)

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  16. Good one, It's one of those old chestnuts. Belated happy WW!

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  17. Hee hee - now that's agricultural learning at work. :)

    Hugs,
    Holly

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