According to the Milk Cooperatives Federation (GKSI), in 2002, there were 83,340 milch cow
The rise of course is part of a long term strategy, but it does again illustrate that the UK motorist who has had to dig deep on the forecourt in the past is being used again as a milch cow
We are not all so stupid as to not realise the road is a milch cow
(a source of an easy income) for certain people who remove roundabouts and put them back, widen the carriageway by a foot and put up a bridge for bicycles that goes nowhere and costs thousands.
Drivers, who have long regarded themselves as the Treasury's favourite milch cow
, will take a jaundiced view of all this and conclude that they certainly will not pay less and could end up paying a great deal more.
But he warned Chancellor Gordon Brown that he could not keep hitting the 'voteless milch cow
called business' if his spending plans were too optimistic.
As well as possibly losing his local shop, he will find himself becoming the Government's milch cow
even more than he is already.
But to many in the media she was a milch cow
, and they're still milking her for all she's worth, six months after her death.
One Hindu leader Pandit Thakur Dass Bhargava argued in the Constituent Assembly, "A cow, whether it be a milch cow
or not, is a moving manure factory, and so, as far as cow is concerned, there can be no question of it being useless or useful.
Most importantly, the city council should stop treating city living as a milch cow
- a means of widening the city's council tax base with no corresponding obligation to increase spending.
And that could put the toll up even further, according to former South Tyneside councillor Stan Smith of Cleaside Avenue, South Shields, who said: "The deal will hand the whole tunnel to a private firm interested in making money, and the motorist will become the milch cow
We must make sure that the Tote is not seen as a milch cow
for the benefit of racing at the expense of punters.
But he liked a milch cow
and after purchasing it he was transporting it to his village along with his friends who had also purchased animals.
It is a story of increasing hostility to the aims and values of business and enterprise, which are now respected only by Government in as far as they create a milch cow
from which Labour can extract more and more taxation; a story of ignorance and even disdain for the actual challenges faced by small business".
200 YEARS AGO: Stolen or strayed, on Friday August 22, out of a piece of ground near to the ruck of stones at Smethwick, near Birmingham, a large, though short legged milch cow
, coming five years old and in good condition.
If the government can't legislate for such minimalist protection, it goes to show that they really do view the punter as nothing more than a naive milch cow