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Can i say,

The cattle is / are eating grass.

The cattle is / are grazing in the field.

A cattle of cow / cows are at the field.
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Cattle is plural. The singular is "cow" or "bull".
The cattle are ...
Cattle is not the same as a group of animals, which is a herd - in the case of horses, cows, and other ungulates.

A herd of cows is in the field. (American English). British English is sometimes different when using a noun that indicates a group of individuals. I'll leave the answer to one of our BE experts!
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I am not a BE expert, but I agree with what you said.
A herd of cows is in the field. ('herd' perceived as a group)
A herd of cows are in the field.  ('herd' perceived as individual animals) 

The cattle is grazing in the field
AnonymousThe cattle is grazing in the field
The cattle are grazing in the field.
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Which one is the correct sentence:cattle are grazing in the pasture and cattle was grazing in the pasture

anonymousWhich one is the correct sentence: cattle are grazing in the pasture and cattle was grazing in the pasture

Cattle are grazing in the pasture.

The cattle are eating grass.

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The cattle are grazing in the field.

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