The Definition

Grey cows, also known as gray cows, refer to a type of cattle or livestock that have a coat color that appears predominantly gray. The specific shade of gray can vary, ranging from light gray to dark gray, and may even have variations of silver, ash, or other grayish hues. Grey cows come in various breeds, and their gray coat color is a result of specific genetic factors. Gray cattle are raised for their meat, dairy production, or as working animals in some agricultural settings, much like cows of other coat colors. The term “grey cows” is a description of their physical appearance and does not refer to a distinct breed of cattle.