Question by  puella22 (160)

What do you call a group of 12 cows?


Answer by  mom98 (153)

A group of twelve cows is called a flink. If you are just talking about a group of cows, than they would be called a kine of cows. Another more familiar name for a group of cows is called a herd. Drove, mob or drift are also sometimes used for a group of cows.


Answer by  Chris (71)

A group of cows of any amount is known as a herd. So, if you have two cows it is a herd. If you have 1,000 cows, it is still referred to as a herd of cattle. The number involved makes no difference in the terminology. Hope this helps!


Answer by  pappu (170)

The group of 12 cows are called as cattle. there need not be exactly 12 cows, it may be plus or minus from 12. The cattle is raised as livestock for meat and dairy animals for milk etc.


Answer by  Lenore (237)

Flink (a singular noun) is the word used to describe a group of at least 12 cows, but it's only used in the United States and it's not in common usage. Kine is another old-fashioned plural version of cow.


Answer by  Anonymous

A manure factory.

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