examples of ungulate mammals 
There are many species of ungulate mammals; some are wild, some are domesticated and some are both.
Ungulate ruminant found in the tropical regions of Africa and Asia; it is wild or raised in captivity for its meat and milk, and as a draft animal.
Ungulate ruminant of North America and Europe, usually wild, sometimes raised for its meat.
Ungulate ruminant with horns (female of the bull); it is raised for its milk and meat, and for reproduction.
Baby cow, male or female, up to the age of one year raised for its meat.
Ruminant ungulate of Central Asia domesticated in Tibet for its milk and its hide, and as a pack animal.
Castrated bovine (male of the cow) domesticated for its meat and sometimes used as a draft animal.