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The young are raised apart from the mother and fed a replacement formula. Humans consume the milk. The idea that every female is added to the herd is absurd. Since every cow gives birth once a year, the herd would essentially double every year. As noted, the dairy breeds are not the best beef producers. The solution is to breed the dairy cow with a male from the beef producing breeds. So an Angus bull might be breed to a Brown Swiss female. The resulting calf whether male or female will be fattened for market. The males will be castrated. Some will be sold as veal. These offspring may be sold at a young age to a beef producer rather than being fattened on the dairy farm. The farmer will need a few replacement females. So he may breed his best producers to an award winning bull from the dairy breed via insemination. And he will hope for a female offspring. We need to remember these are not pets. We eat them all ultimately. We drink their milk. We wear their hides. Sometimes we eat their young offspring. The very old are not sent into retirement. They may end up in pet food. Or McDonalds. Some may riff sentimental on the whole bloody process. But we have been alph predators for 1000s of years. If we reach the point where we create all our meat from plants, then nearly all cattle will cease to exist but for a few zoo animals.