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A small dairy farmer.
- ‘It will be a battle of the Reporoa cow cockies against the cray fisherman from the East Coast.’
- ‘There was one old cow cocky I was very fond of who simply waited it out.’
- ‘We could do with some rain not only for the cow cockies but also for the fishing.’
- ‘Rescreening the original programs offers a poignant and nostalgic insight into who we were, from horse wranglers to cow cockies.’
- ‘We should spare a thought for the cow cockies who get up in the morning and work extremely hard to support their families.’
From cow + cocky.
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