If you enjoyed this selection of cow limericks, there are more to be found at these blog posts:
There was a large cow from Great Britain
Who took friends with a brown, tabby kitten.
The milk was the bond.
Every drop was gone.
Soon a whole litter was a-biddin’.
There once was a cow from Germany,
No relation to Harry Potter’s Hermione.
Her home was Bavaria
At peaks she did stare-ia.
And her milk flowed like eternity.
Within Italy was a big bull.
His girlfriend list was quite full.
He never met the Pope.
Never had to elope.
His love life would make Casanova drool.
And then there was Switzerland
With lots of cows on hand.
The milk chocolate plants
Were greatly enhanced.
And each bovine had a watchband.
There are many cows in Spain
Whose milk never waned.
In lowlands and high,
They grazed by and by.
The café con leché was famed.
There is low, low Netherlands
With a dairy industry quite grand.
By the windmills they munched,
To cold North Sea winds they hunched.
Some liked the weed in Amsterdam.