cow flop

cow flop

and cow plop
n. a mass of cow dung. Mrs. Wilson is out in the pasture gathering cow flops for her garden. When walking out on the range land, we try to avoid “cow plops,” as the wranglers call them.
See also: cow, flop
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But I know that a fresh cow flop will do the same thing.
Hubbardston Field Day Hayrides, bouncy tent, splash tank, cow flop contest, hay maze, food, crafts, chicken barbecue, antique tractor parade, live music and more.
He's going to roll in cow flop and chase meadowlarks, bark at grasshoppers and examine every snippet of scent he crosses.
From about 150 metres away I watched through my binoculars as she flipped over a dried cow flop and dabbed up the dung beetles with her tongue.
For every swat by a urine-soaked tail or misstep into a cow flop, there is a first sprout in the garden or kitten in the barn.
Wood chips which could just as easily be cow flop cover the floor, and the drop cloths appear to be nothing more than bed sheets spattered with brown.
Fresh droppings don't lie; soft, wet droppings are a sure sign of recent activity, pebble-like elk scat easily distinguished from cow flop.
I divided my time between the press tables in the meeting room and those in the press room, which was generously supplied with closed-circuit television, phones and a coffee table with pastries the size of cow flops.