Tuesday, August 22, 2006

McPolack, Inc Presents “Your Bovine Veterinary Phrase of the Day”

Three-titter

Meaning: A cow with a non-functioning teat. If there are lots of cows with broken teats on your farm, you're not doing a good job.

Usage: "Wayall, now, I was just at Clarence Brown’s fahm. Ahl his cows ah three-titters.”

1 Comments:

Anonymous Thursday said...

Thank you, I will bear this vetinary phrase in mind just in case I overhear it from one of our local farmers or indeed at the vets when I take the stupid Fat Black Bag. I shall be able to nod knowingly - this is assuming that British vets also use this phrase.

2:14 PM, August 23, 2006

 

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