Have you ever wondered how much milk does an average cow give per day?
It depends, of course, on many factors, such as breeding conditions, breed, age and predispositions of a given individual. Cows raised for meat produce less milk than cows raised specifically for dairy production.
If we assume that the average cow bred for milk production gives on average 5 liters for each milking, then we will get several liters a day. Some gnomes, however, are more productive and give 20-30 liters. Record-efficient dairy cows can deliver even larger amounts daily, reaching as much as 50 – 60 liters of milk a day.