cowpat

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cowpat

(ˈkaʊˌpæt)
n
(Agriculture) a single dropping of cow dung
Translations

cowpat

[ˈkaʊpæt] Nmierda f de vaca, boñiga f

cowpat

cow pat [ˈkaʊpæt] nbouse f de vache
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The problem of cowpats is also tackled - literally, with the England-representing brother diving right into one.
They bring home abundant cowpats, rabbit pellets and other animals' dung, often leaving it just outside the midden.
Back-row forward John Gardiner, now 86, who went on to become a rugby legend at Coventry, said: "We had no pitch of our own so we had to clear the cowpats off the grass before the game.
I was none too pleased, especially when I realised that the field I'd been chased across was full of cowpats.
COWPATS were opened up to show visitors the wealth of insect life that exists on an organic farm owned by the National Trust.
And when I took a look around one of the villager's huts - built of cowpats and straw - it was only 80sq ft and there were six of them: mum and dad in a rickety bed and four kids on the floor.
You do get a lot of cowpats so he could have easily rolled in one and caught it.
Butterworth's Two English Idylls bring a virile pastoralism, contrasting later with our trudge through the soggy cowpats of Vaughan Williams' Lark Ascending.
THE autumn hills of mother Wales electrified my eyes and burst my heart with their beauty, as I walked a narrow lane far below, where the cowpats fried on hot grit and the busy, bloated insects sucked and the hanging blackberries swelled in swags over the thorns and nettles.
Activist Johann Wintersteller from the Gut Aiderbichl animal sanctuary is still hopeful: "We have found cowpats, very fresh ones.
YOUR home could soon be running on cowpats after a project to convert thousands of tonnes of manure into electricity was given the go-ahead.
We have to learn to not think of poop as a nuisance and waste but as a resource that could be recycled at a cost of a few cents a day," Rijsberman said, citing the example of Indian villagers who dry cowpats to use as fuel.