The Largest Cow In Australia's Been Discovered And Bloody Hell, Look At That Thing
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This is one giant bloody cow.
One cow in Western Australia has unofficially earned the title of Australia's largest steer.
The seven-year-old cow, named Knickers, stands at 194 centimetres tall and weighing a whopping 1400 kilograms - in other words, 1.4 tonnes.
It's just straight up huge.
“It was too heavy. I wouldn’t be able to put it through a processing facility,” Myalup cattle farmer Geoff Pearson told Perth Now.
“So I think it will just live happily ever after.”
It's not quite the tallest living steer - that title goes to Bellino, an Italian cow that stands an insane 202.7 centimetres tall when measured in 2010.
I mean, just look at it.