Greetings/Namaste from Nepal: Nepal is primarily a Hindu nation and as such, there are cows and bulls running around all over (if you accidentally kill a cow, for example, you will be put in jail for a longer period than if you killed someone). I wanted to provide some context for my question. On my street, there is a baby bull that seems to be slowly starving to death. Since it is a bull, it is still sacred, but won't provide the milk a cow does. As such, I believe it was taken from its mother too early. I bought a couple of pounds of corn meal (crushed corn, like a powder), mixed it with water and it ate it all. Its tongue is yellow, you can see it's ribs and when I scratch its neck, fur comes right out of its skin. It is pretty sad. I cannot keep it, but would continue feeding it if I can. I gave it an apple and though he put it in its mouth, it wouldn't crunch it up and eat it . . . which again leads me to believe that it just recently was weaned. Any suggestions? I know when it gets bigger it'll become mean. However, at this rate, it won't make it much longer without food or whatever. How much does a baby bull eat a day? Will a couple of pounds of ground corn suffice? I can buy 2.2 pounds for 50 cents. Thanks for any information you can provide.