A Conversation for Farming Terminology - or Old MacDonald Had a Farm

A573086 - Farming Terminology - Or Old MacDonald had a Farm

Post 1

BillBailey

http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A573086

Ever wondered what a "gimmer" was, or the difference between a lamb and a ewe? Here is the chance to find out what all those strange terms mean - from cow to stag, hen to steer. Now when you start off singing Old MacDonald you can truly amaze and astound your fellows who will think you are country born and bred.


A573086 - Farming Terminology - Or Old MacDonald had a Farm

Post 2

Orcus

Wow!

An incredibly factual entry. smiley - wow

Not much more to say really. Learned something I guess.

Good stuff smiley - smiley


A573086 - Farming Terminology - Or Old MacDonald had a Farm

Post 3

BillBailey

Thanks!

As I only make it here occasionally (due to my boss thinking I should work not play whilst he pays me) it was great to have my entry described with a "Wow".


A573086 - Farming Terminology - Or Old MacDonald had a Farm

Post 4

Is mise Duncan

Why did this get sin-binned?


A573086 - Farming Terminology - Or Old MacDonald had a Farm

Post 5

Mr. Cogito

Hello, The article is fine, but there were two discussion threads for it in Peer Review, so this one got sin-binned. The other thread is at http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/F48874?thread=119782 Yours, Jake


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Post 6

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Editorial Note: This conversation has been moved from 'Peer Review Sin Bin' to 'Farming Terminology - or Old MacDonald Had a Farm'.

Back to Entry - this became Edited Entry A604270 Farm Animals and their Names


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