Cows are often seen as gentle and calm creatures. They embody qualities like nurturing, stability, and reliability. Companies with cow logos want customers to trust their brand and feel secure in their products or services. Cows are also associated with milk and roots in food production. So if you’re in agriculture or sell dairy products, cow logos represent your brand perfectly. Here are 10 examples from Penji for inspiration.

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Brands Using Cow Logos + Cow Symbolism

The dairy industry uses cows as their mascot, considering cows provide them with milk and cheese. Hence, this creature is appropriate and ideal as their mascot. But which brands use cows on their logos?

  • Laughing Cow Cheese
  • Elmer’s Glue
  • Blue Bell Creameries
  • YooMoo Frozen Yogurt
  • Cowhead
  • Horizon Organic
  • Happy Cow

As we can see above, your company doesn’t have to be in the dairy or meat industry to use the cow. Of course, if your business name has even the slightest hint of cattle in your branding, adding cow imagery is already befitting to your business. What if you just love cows and want to include them in your logo?

Here’s how you can use cattle as part of your branding through symbolism:

  • Motherhood
  • Fertility
  • Nourishment
  • Peace
  • Abundance

If your brand values any of these, then the cow is the ideal character for your business!

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1. Almilk

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Play with texture like this logo from Almilk. The logo looks like it has a liquid appearance because of the font style. Additionally, it seems like a drop of milk is dripping on the i, further enhancing their branding. Moreover, you can get creative with the visual by combining your wordmark with your pictorial one. As you can see, the m has the cow’s snout. Then, it has horns and eyes to give it a cow look.

2. Beef to Go

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Food truck logos would have a truck and business name, and that’s it. But to make it more exciting and fun, check out this logo from Beef to Go. Like this one, you can integrate an ingredient or main dish. They use a meat slab with wheels on the bottom. Another thing to note here is the logo color. Since meat is brown and red before it’s cooked, they use that motif to strengthen their branding.

3. Calf Clothing Line

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Apparel companies face fierce competition from larger and well-known brands. It’s necessary for clothing brands to stand out from the crowd. But you don’t need a showy logo to make an impact. Check out this example from the Calf Clothing Line. It’s one of the simplest yet bold cow logos on this list.

Another element to note here is the hexagon for their combination monogram and abstract mark. Further, this logo can also be versatile since the logo can appear only as an abstract mark, and it would be recognizable.

4. Cattle Kids Apparel

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Kids’ apparel logos should appear playful and fun. And that’s what Cattle Kids Apparel shows us. The imagery uses a cute cow. It meshed with a shirt, making it a unique visual. Another feature to point out here is the font. Fonts can also evoke a feeling or energy in logos. It’s suited to the company’s brand and purpose.

5. Cow City Playhouse

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The Cow City Playhouse shows us another way to present a simple and modern image to symbolize your brand. You can present a chic or elegant brand based on font weights and illustration styles. But if you still want to appear approachable, you can make the mascot or visual look happy, like the cow in the image.

In addition, since playhouses are theaters, it deviates from the two-mask imagery associated with acting. 

6. Cowfluent Software Company

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Anyone owning a tech company knows a modern logo should represent their brand. The Cowfluent Software Company is no exception. 

One significant element of the logo is the imagery. Since Cowfluent is a wordplay on confluent, it makes sense that the illustration is a one-line style. Aside from that, they use visual hierarchy through a bolded weight for “Cowfluent” and used a regular one for “software company.”

7. Moo Film Production

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Film reels are the best visuals for any film production company. Since their name has “Moo” in it, they added eyes and horns, with the film reels acting as the nostrils of the cow’s snout. They also used whitespace effectively to give the brand a unique and creative look. Additionally, you can use this logo as an example if you want a simple black-and-white motif.

8. Moo-sic Studio

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Cows’ moos are distinct and have been known to vocalize. It’s fitting that the music studio’s name is Moo-sic Studio. Plus, they use suitable imagery, with the cow appearing to whistle or moo. The added notes are a nice touch to present their musical identity. Further, their music studio can attract attention because of the cartoon-style illustration. That’s a rarity in the music industry.

9. Moove

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If you’re a logistics company, check out this example from Moove. They use an adorable cow mascot as the imagery. It’s paired with a wordmark with their business name. But it has a slight modification; it’s slanted. That is relevant to the brand since they deliver items to consumers or businesses. An italic logo like that shows you want to move things forward. And that’s Moove’s message to their customers.

10. Yummoo Ice Cream Store

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You can add subtle imagery to your logo, like this one from Yummoo Ice Cream Store. Aside from the cow’s body, the bovine’s prominent features are its horns and tail. Even with those elements, it’s easy to identify a cow based on that. Aside from that, you can also mix and match fonts in your logo. You can use a stylish or modern font for your business name and a standard sans serif for the remaining part. Plus, the motif adds to the “chilliness” of their ice cream store.

How to Create Cow Logos

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Let’s face it, cow logos can be tricky to make, considering that you have to illustrate or draw a cow or its face on your logo. But you don’t have to be an illustrator or artist to draw a logo for your cow. Here are some ways to create cow logos without having any design or illustration experience!

Find Cow Illustrations from Illustration or Vector Sites

Most illustrations from open-source sites are people. And it makes sense, considering that people are the focus of designs, not animals. However, some open-source sites have animal packs allowing you to add cows to your logo without any problems.

Use Graphic Design Software

Graphic design software like Canva and Adobe Express are two of the best graphic design apps for non-designers. These intuitive graphic design apps help you create logos from scratch or select templates from existing logos created by professional logo designers.

Hire a Professional

Instead of doing the hard work of designing a logo by yourself, why not tap a professional to help you with your cow logo? 

Why You Should Get Cow Logos from Professional Designers?

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Professional Designers Can Create a Custom Cow Design

Even though it’s easy to find a cow illustration when creating your logo, professional illustrators can make a personalized cow illustration for your logo. They can integrate other elements into your cow logo, giving it a unique look, and would definitely make you stand out from your competitors.

They Can Make Your Brand Reputable or Trustworthy

Professionals have the know-how and experience to create logos. That said, you’ll know they can create a custom logo that will give your brand that oomph, making you a reputable or trustworthy brand. That’s to say that your own logo creation isn’t reputable or trustworthy. Rather, your design can actually be improved upon with the help of a professional designer. 

You Can Save Time and Money

Following our previous point about making your brand reputable or trustworthy, a professional logo designer can save you precious time and money. You shouldn’t be discouraged in creating your own logo. However, if the logo doesn’t fully capture your business, that could pose a problem. Instead, work alongside a logo designer to help you mold your brand imagery into one logo based on your envisioned design or one you’ve created. Plus, you save money from rebranding over and over.

They Help You With Brand Messaging Through One Image

With one look, a logo can already tell your brand’s story or message. Even simple lettermark logos can tell you what the brand is about. If that’s the case for a business, then their designer has accomplished their mission. That’s how professional designers can help you with your brand. They know how to mix and match elements to create history or a background in one image.

They Provide Various Design Iterations

Graphic design apps can do so much in giving you iterations of one logo. AI logo designers give you thousands of generated images, but won’t really grasp what you need in an image. However, a professional logo designer will create various designs based on your design brief. They know how to iterate without deviating from your original brief.

What Can Penji Do for Your Company?

As you can see above, Penji can create impressive logos for any company in any industry. But Penji can do so much more than that. Our designers can produce beautifully-designed branding assets, such as business cards, labels, letterheads, and packaging. We don’t stop there, 

though. Penji can create advertising, marketing, illustrations, web designs, and 2D animated graphics! If you need these designs and more, subscribe to Penji today and try our service 30 days risk-free! Or order a one-off logo for only $75! See how Penji can make a difference with your graphics!