The average cow drinks 40 gallons of water a day, which amounts to about 2,400 gallons per year.
According to Dairy Australia, a dairy cow drinks up to a total of 120 litres of water a day, which is about 30 times the amount a human drinks. A cow drinks water throughout the day, to keep its body hydrated and to help it digest its food.
A leaking head gasket is a pretty serious problem and can cost upwards of $2000 to fix. Most mechanics will try to talk you into replacing the engine because of how expensive it is. You can usually get away with just replacing the head gasket because there is no real difference between the stock head gasket and the aftermarket one.
A dairy cow will drink around 30 to 50 gallons of water a day, depending on the weather.
If you have a blown head gasket, you’ll need to replace it. This is because the head gasket seals the engine block to the cylinder head. If it’s blown, then there will be a leak somewhere.