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Characteristics of Good and Bad Cows | Mythology of the Signs of a Good and Bad Ox or Ox

The characteristics of a good cow to keep:

  • Komala is accomplished. Black down to the feet, the tip of the tail is white.
  • Kanaka brawa. Yellow to the horns to the eyes and nails.
  • Purana teak. White to the eyes, yellow horns.
  • Three ants. Smooth black color, white hair on the forehead.
  • Line rays. The back hairs stand in a row (jering).
  • Row pee. It is white, white on its back.
  • Renteb. The horns lean forward.
  • Patekap. The base of the tail is flattened, the butt is bent.
  • Dados captivated. Each pair of plows reads.
  • Title. The ducks (back toes) reach the ground.
  • Goalkeeper. Long hair on the ear holes.
  • Highlight the pelud. When used to plow out his genitals.
  • Straight stripes. Her chest is striped.
  • Orek captivity. Smooth black over his clean nose.
  • Ubes-ubes golden. Until the legs are yellow, the horns and tail are white.
  • Wash away the universe. The tail is long until it hits the ground.
  • Full teak. Its fur is pure red (or black for adult males), clean white feet, black tail feathers.

While the characteristics of a bad cow are as follows:

  • Layah white. A bull (cow) whose tongue is white.
  • Cart. The ox (cow) that rattles.
  • Losers. A cow (calf), with white hair on its forehead.
  • Nungkang mountain. An ox (cow) with white fur on its back
  • Scratch. Ox (cow) with white tail hair.
  • Paceh. Ox (cow) whose horns are paceh (not developing).
  • White horns. Ox (cow) with white horns.
  • Bald. The ox (cow) has no hair between its horns.
  • Nyengkrong. Ox (cow) with long, pointed horns.
  • Grumpy. An ox (cow) with horns like a buffalo horn.
  • Peleng. An ox (cow) with an ego, striped rump.