Just like people, cows can get angry for any of a variety of reasons. Here are some of the reasons why cows are aggressive.
These are things or situations the cattle are not used to. It could be a new handler, a new face, a new type of food, or restraint.
Dehorning, branding, castration, confinement, cow lameness, and tail docking are some common causes of pain in cattle.
If your cows are not comfortable, they could become aggressive. One such cause of discomfort to cattle is a cramped resting space.
High levels of hormones like cortisol and the adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH) can trigger aggressive behaviors in cows
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