What Is a Flink of Cows?

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A flink of cows refers to a group of approximately 12 or more cows. As such, a farmer with this number of cows would refer to his cattle as a flink, unlike a herd which is compromised of many animals.
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A flink of cows is a total of twelve
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Because gaggle was already taken.
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a herd can be used more generously than a flink. it carries the connotation of a much larger number as well.
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A flink (according to my snapple cap) is a group of 12 or more cows. So the difference between a herd and flink of cows only exists if the herd is less than 12.
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