Dairy Cow is raised with the goal of producing milk, which is used to make dairy products. Although there are numerous varieties of cows. It can live beyond 20 years and produces much milk in its lifespan. After the calving period, production peaks 40 to 60 days later. After that, production gradually decreases until milking is terminated at around 10 months. Before calving again, the cow is dried off for roughly sixty days. Dairy Cow produces 15 to 20 liters of milk per day.