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  1. present participle of bull


bulling (plural bullings)

  1. The mating of a cow with a bull.
    • 1865, British Farmer's Magazine (issue 48, page 8)
      Much difference of opinion exists as to the number of bullings a cow should receive. Here, I think, good judgment should be used. If the bull is cool and quiet, and some time has intervened since he had his last cow, one good leap is better than more []
    • 1874, The Farmer's Magazine (page 273)
      The herdsman left last autumn, and by his leaving the dates of service were lost, and the bullings of only a few cows could be given.