udder udder


  • (n) mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)


  1. Then we knew we would be able to clone from an udder cell.
  2. And I'm not discounting the seminal work of the Swiss anthropologist Rudolf Martin, who classified breasts into four types: flat, hemispheric, conical and goat-udder-shaped.
  3. The guilty microbes were also found in the udder of a cow now excluded from the herd.


  • Monitoring udder health on dairy farms

    Effectively managing udder health on dairy farms requires a good record keeping system and routine monitoring of somatic cell count (SCC) data. Michigan State University Extension dairy educators recognize the importance of using SCC data to determine the overall udder health status of dairy herds.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Dairy Herd

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  1. But Waits, with characteristic understatement, told Associated Press that "Commercials are an unnatural use of my work: It's like having a cow's udder sewn to the side of my face. Painful and humiliating."
    on Apr 26, 2005 By: Tom Waits Source: Own It

  2. "We are all of us born in moral stupidity, taking the world as an udder to feed our supreme selves," Eliot writes. "Dorothea had early begun to emerge from that stupidity."
    on Mar 5, 2010 By: George Eliot Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. "With the fairing gone, we were going to be slow, but if we sped the boat up, we could sink," Cayard said. "And if the seals blew off, then we'd also sink. They had swelled up like water balloons, like a cow's udder, because they are not...
    on Nov 16, 2005 By: Paul Cayard Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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