cow barn

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Noun1.cow barn - a barn for cowscow barn - a barn for cows      
barn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
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Two of the science's most illustrious expounders were Buffon and Oliver Goldsmith, from both of whom we learn ( L'Histoire generale des animaux and A History of Animated Nature ) that the domestic cow sheds its horn every two years.
Tenders are invited for Construction of cow shed block at kanha gaushala ajnar
A DILAPIDATED cow shed that has no front or side walls is on the market for a staggering PS150,000.
Mr Muchami has received more awards in the recent past which include including iron-sheets for his cow shed from Rhino Mabati while Water and Sanitation PS Joseph Irungu ensured that he got piped water at his home.
The sophomore album was written, created and inspired by his travels, including spells on the Isle of Skye; at a pig farm in Norfolk; a former cornflour shed in Kent; a converted cow shed in north Wales; and an Airbnb in Barcelona owned by theTamara of the album's title.
To accommodate the new cows, the farm has also used the funding to purchase a new parlour, cubicle shed, dry cow shed and calf shed.
(c) The cow is called a holy cow as Jesus Christ was born in a cow shed. (d) A cow both inhales and exhales oxygen.
A cow shed within the grounds of the charity's base at Bickley Hall Farm, Bickley, near Malpas, was converted specially for the project, with the help of students from Cheshire College South and West.
"Luckily that's something which isn't really an issue here following the recent erection of a new cow shed."
Name and address: The Cow Shed, Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 4AG Type of food: Gourmet burgers and associated foods.
The farmer called Police Scotland to his land near Peterhead after spotting what he thought was a real tiger in his cow shed on Saturday night.
The dampness of the winter air hung heavily in the cow shed and I could imagine why the yearling was sick.