Translation of cattle in Spanish:


ganado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkædl/ /ˈkat(ə)l/

See Spanish definition of ganado

plural noun

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    ganado masculine
    reses feminine
    200 (head of) cattle 200 cabezas de ganado
    • they drove us like cattle onto the boat nos subieron al barco como a ganado
    • cattle breeder ganadero
    • cattle breeding ganadería
    • cattle crossing paso de ganado
    • cattle dealer tratante de ganado
      rematador de ganado
    • cattle ranch finca ganadera
    • cattle rustler ladrón de ganado
    • cattle shed establo
    • Milk yield of milch cattle has been severely affected because of scarcity of fodder.
    • Death is not usual but animals cease gaining weight and milk production in dairy cattle falls.
    • They also kept sheep, goats and cattle to add milk, butter, cheese and meat to their diet.
    • Its main uses are as a forage crop for feeding cattle and as a green manure.
    • Anyone with knowledge of livestock and pedigree cattle will appreciate their true value.
    • People would bring cattle and other livestock from all around the area to be shipped out.
    • Hardy traditional cattle breeds would have been a common sight on the upland farms of the Dales many years ago.
    • It will not be known until this week, which abattoirs will be approved for dealing with older cattle.
    • Agriculture is mainly pastoral, but recent droughts have decimated cattle herds.
    • Because of the war the national cattle stock is low and animals have to be imported.
    • They were sheep and cattle herders in the main with some measure of agricultural development.
    • Apparently the animals may also infect cattle with diseases and damage hay.
    • This is a critical problem for Irish cattle farmers who rely so much on grass silage.
    • Walking home late one evening, a tuba player blew low notes near a herd of cattle.
    • In 1920 the company bought farm land in Cheshire and raised a herd of Hereford beef cattle.
    • He then sold all his livestock and replaced them with four breeds of pedigree cattle.
    • The main form of agriculture was pastoral with cattle and sheep being grazed on unenclosed lands.
    • Families in the cattle herding areas of the Somali region are the worst off.
    • Brazil is the world's second biggest soya producer and has the second biggest herd of cattle.
    • In Niger, communities have been forced to sell off their precious herds of cattle.