Collecting natural cow gas from angry cows' backsides requires thick rubber gloves and a strong constitution.
The Scottish Word:

Stirk.

“You are certain your research fully supports stirks as the best methane generators for our trip roon the world fuelling stations?”

Translated:

stirk: a young bullock.

“You are certain your research fully supports young bullocks as the best methane generators for our trip around the world fuelling stations?”

[stirk spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

Illustration Friday.
Balloon. There are plans to bio engineer bovine digestion processes to reduce the amount of methane given off – in relation to climate change. If it mucks up the structure of cow shit then the close followers of Rudolf Steiner’s biodynamic methods are not going to be pleased.

The Scottish Word: stirk with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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