A cow and a horse are different breeds.
But there’s one thing they share.
The two terms are often used interchangeably.
That’s because they’re often described as the same breed.
But just because they have the same name doesn’t mean they’re the same animal.
When it comes to their names, it’s all about context.
The term “breed” has evolved over time.
But, like any other word, the originator is still the one to decide how it should be used.
So how do you tell the two apart?
This article is part of the series “Can you tell a difference between two breeds?”
The second installment is on horses and cattle.