But E. coli O157, which is found in the intestines of cattle, is still the most common.
I still help with the cattle or the fencing or whatever else.
The year after his return, Onoda relocated to a Japanese colony in São Paulo, Brazil, where he became a cattle farmer.
What was supposed to be a cattle roundup looked more like a military exercise.
A few weeks later the monks laid siege to a Muslim-owned abattoir in Colombo to halt the slaughter of cattle.
He saw them cultivate the soil and tend their herds of cattle and horses and hogs.
cattle that have been shut away from it for a while are almost wild to get it.
This gorse cropped in winter, and preserved for cattle fodder.
cattle and slaves are also used as units of value from time to time amongst the Oromo.
He would have, say, 40 cattle, of which 15 would come into market each year.
mid-13c., "property," from Anglo-French catel "property" (Old North French catel, Old French chatel), from Medieval Latin capitale "property, stock," noun use of neuter of Latin adjective capitalis "principal, chief" (see capital (n.1)). Cf. sense development of fee, pecuniary. Sense originally was of movable property, especially livestock; it began to be limited to "cows and bulls" from late 16c.