Taking care of a miniature cow is not easy, so unless one knows how to handle them responsibly, please avoid getting one.
If you love cows but don't have enough room to keep one as a pet, then we might have some news for you. People are now getting fluffy miniature cows for a pet and these fluff balls look like the cutest thing ever! There are several farms all across America that specialize in the tiny cows and they will also make your dream come true of getting a calf as a pet.
However, we would like to mention that taking care of a cow is not easy, so unless one knows how to handle them responsibly, please avoid getting one.
These miniature cows are gentle, kind, and look like bigger versions of big dogs. They are also fluffy and hairy, hence they are perfect as the cuddle buddies. Loveable Little Ones reported that they are absolutely amazing pets who show a great deal of affection and are also pretty easy to take care of. These little moos don't take up a lot of space, so you don't have to worry about a barn or a farm to keep them.
These adorable fluff balls cost $1,800 to $3,500, and the pricing depends on size, markings, and color. Not only will these tiny cows make a great addition to your family, you can also make the best use of the situation since it has been confirmed by a lot of people that these adorable calves are an amazing way to teach children how to be responsible and their comparatively tiny sizes are easy and safe to work with.
As reported by Big Picture Agriculture, 26 breeds of mini cattle are available for sale and they are often used for small-scale milk production, pets, and also for breeding purposes. If your heart is already melting and you want to get a mini-moo of your own, then you can absolutely get one now. But, you also need to keep in mind that since they are herd animals, and while leaving them alone at night, it's better if you get a couple of them so that they can keep each other company.
These mini cows can eat hay and grain. A diet consisting of primarily pasture grasses will give your cattle digestive issues and stomach troubles. So you might want to avoid that.