The cow is a livestock member of the Bovidae tribe and my son Bovinae. The cattle that have been castrated and usually used to plow the fields are called the Ox. Cows are kept primarily for the use of milk and meat as human food. By-products, such as skin, viscera, horns, and feces are also used for various human uses. In some places, cattle are also used as drivers of transportation equipment, cultivation of land (plow), and other industrial tools (such as sugar cane). Because of these many uses, cows have been part of many human cultures for a long time.
Most cattle are descended from a wild species known as Auerochse or Urochse (pronounced auerokse, German meaning "ancient cow", scientific name: Primigenius boss), extinct in Europe since 1627. However, his descendants domesticated, including Bali cattle that are also bred in Indonesia.
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