You’ve probably heard of a cow that has a twitch. Here are some suggestions. The phrase is a variation of beef jerky, and was cited in print in 1985. You may also use it to refer to a cow’s fear of new food products.
What do you call a cow with a “twitch?” It’s an animal that makes you laugh, and it gets milky when it does. The milk will come out of the cow’s nose if it twitches itsudder. In this situation, the cow might as well be a smurf or a dwarve. Cows are often compared with pigs. They may cross the road, but at least they’ll have a milking stool with three legs.