Bell Cow

Bell Cow

A retail item that sells well even though its price far exceeds the cost to the producer. For example, a cup of coffee at a cafe may sell for $3 even though it costs only 25 cents to make. If the cafe is nevertheless successful, the coffee may be considered a bell cow. See also: Cash cow.
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With Jordan Howard as the bell cow and Tarik Cohen as the exciting, multidimensional complement, the Bears' ground game is a team strength.
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He's been the bell cow for Northridge since he's been here.
This year's bell cow should be stout fullback Lamar Williams.
Department stores could be a bell cow of information about how consumers are weighing the promotion of price and value.
Providing a free or next-to-nothing site isn't unheard of for an anchor tenant, and Target is viewed as a bell cow for more development opportunity to follow.
The son is an example of a "HENRY" -- High Earner, Not Rich Yet -- and HENRYs are bell cows among their peers; where they go the others follow.
These are young professional people who are tech savvy and kind of the bell cows in their own circles.
But only a handful of races will serve as bell cows.