Has \ have the horse or the cattle been found ?
This question I who created. It is never found online.
The hose has been found \ The cattle have been found= both are correct
The cattle = plural always we cannot insert ( a ) before it. We cannot say a cattle.
When two sentences or clauses are joined by ( or ) the verb agrees with the closet subject
But here interrogative sentence begins with verb to have and ( the vereb ) is closer to horse which is singular , so how ?
2- Suppose we need to add a question tag What would we say
One note I may add
I think the question itself is incorrect, therefore I hinted to (( Has \ have either the horse or the cattle been found ?
and here it should be ( have )
Has, Have) either the boy or the girls reached the location?
Answer the question: No, neither the boy nor the girls have reached the location. What would you say ?