Last week’s topic for one-liners and puns was Tractors, based on how much my son likes them. Following on the same theme, here are some more cow jokes – last collection here – as we have to stop and say hello, and then wave goodbye to the local herd as we pass by. Of course, the herd have popped around here a few times. The details of that are here. As normal, don’t expect them to be either too funny or too original. In fact, these are mainly very old and worthy of raising a groan.
Of course, some cow jokes are better than udders…
Two cows in a field in Scotland. Which one is on holiday? The one with the wee calf.
What do you call a cow who’s just given birth? Decalfinated.
How do you stop a bull from charging? Take away his credit card.
What’s got one horn and gives milk? A milk float.
Two cows in a field. One says “Moo”. The other says, “I was going to say that”.
What sort of cow helps with the gardening? A lawnmoo-er.
One cow says to another, “How do you shoo flies?” The other replies, “I let them go barefoot”
How did the farmer find his missing cow? He tractor down.
What’s a cow’s favourite sci fi TV programme? Dr Moo.
Last week’s tractor jokes are here.
There is an index of such jokes here.