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  1.  Pai Cow is a very tiny, small yellow cow-shaped cow who resides deep in the cold mountains of north China. Her name comes from the Chinese word"Pai," meaning low;"chi," meaning high. She's also said to be an ancestor of those Mongolia Men s Uul and believed by some historians to actually be the first farm animal domesticated. She was likely brought to China from Mongolia sometime around 6000 BCE where she may have been part of this migration. There was evidence that she was part of a culture of her own in the Tarim Basin, but is best known now as a portion of the ancient Buddhist culture.
  2.  Her two-toed ft are well suited to the rough and tumble of the mountain paths and she is able to jump incredibly high. Her long, strong, elegant horns and almond shaped ears deliver excellent hearing capabilities. Her short, curved horns, curved horns and bushy tail supply a massive variety of gorgeous colour patterns. Her bright red hair is thick and silky and she's brown, blue or grayish mottling on her entire body.
  3.  She also has a soft, tender voice, which is sweet and tender with a small hint of a growl. Her mellow voice can also be connected with the sound of water trickling over rocks. Her first color is dark red with brown markings on her head, legs and ears. Today, her normal color is white with dark mark on her ears, legs and tail.
  4.  Pai Cow's milk is one of the most valuable attributes. It's packed with Omega 3 fatty acids which are beneficial for your heart and brain. It's also full of calcium and protein. Some research even suggests that her milk can help slow the aging process in people!
  5.  The average age of a Pai Cow in the wild is around fifteen years of age. But, she can be marketed as young as three weeks old and it doesn't really matter which age you become. In fact, it may even be better if you get the older one since they're more tolerant towards people and have an extended life span. Being small in size, they can easily be stored in hutches. https://safetypowerball.com/ A proper enclosure should be constructed to provide adequate space so that the cow can move around and exercise her stall.
  6.  There are a range of different strains of Pai Cattle available on the market today. Some of them are crossbreeds of those Malayan and Orchard Cattle. These cattle are usually hypo-allergenic and a few also don't have any known genetic defects. There's also a strain of Pai Cow that is known as the Pearl Cattle. This is especially bred to produce an offspring that's strong colored. It's also capable of producing pinkish colored milk.
  7.  While buying a Pai Cow for sale, it is crucial that you consider the method by which the creature is being looked after. You might have to find out whether the mother is getting sufficient feed when pregnant or not. Additionally, you may need to inquire concerning the time of this sire (if there's one) and about the dam's health. Other cows from the same strain may also be accessible there. Make sure the dam is not in poor health and has been taken care of correctly.
  8.  Breeding these creatures should be done carefully because there is always the chance of unexpected pregnancies. You might even wind up with hybrids that can be difficult to handle. Thus, finding out as much as possible about a particular breed before actually buying one is vital. Also make certain you ask your veterinarian a great deal of questions so that you make an educated choice.