bangtail muster


I. noun

(Austral.) a count of cattle on a station, involving cutting across the tufts at the tail ends as each is counted.
– origin late 19th cent.: bang in the sense ‘cut (the tail of an animal) straight across’; compare with bang1 (sense 2 of the verb).

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