milker milker

Definition(s):

  • (n) cattle that are reared for their milk

Usage(s):

  1. Marie's glory was also glory for her milker.
  2. James Beard, author of everything from a basic cookbook to Cook It Outdoors, is a gifted milker of the cooking-boom cow.
  3. Once the spider is groggy, the milker, peering through a low-power stereoscopic microscope, gently picks it up with metal tweezers that are connected to an electrical supply.

News

  1. A Day on the Farm (Part 2)

    About three times a day, farmers have to gather the cattle and get them to parlor for milking time. But those days of sitting on a wooden stool and filling a bucket no longer exist. Parlors are now all about technology - whether it be automatic suction pumps, or full robotic milkers. As part of our week-long look at life on the farm, our Brian Dwyer - with some help from the Jefferson County ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: YNN Syracuse

  2. Life on a farm (Part 2)

    About three times a day, farmers have to gather the cattle and get them to parlor for milking time. But those days of sitting on a wooden stool and filling a bucket no longer exist. Parlors are now all about technology - whether it be automatic suction pumps, or full robotic milkers. As part of our week-long look at life on the farm, our Brian Dwyer - with some help from the Jefferson County ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: YNN Syracuse

Quotes

  • "A lot of my friends say you should only do a reunion if you're going to write a new album. I agree. Otherwise it's just a cash-cow, a glory-milker," said Barat, talking to The Independent.
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: Carl Barat Source: Uncut.co.uk

Word of the Day
tangible tangible
/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /