Knickers the cow has made a lot of people smile as he’s been spared from the abattoir and the dinner table thanks to his enormity.
Weighing 1.4 tonnes, the seven-year-old Holstein Friesian is unofficially Australia’s biggest steer.
Standing 6ft 4 tall, he’s head and shoulders above the rest.
The herd he lives with on a Western Australia farm follows him around.
Farm owner Geoff Pearson says, “They all look up to him … wherever, whenever he moves, they move…he’s the leader of the pack.”
He was too big to go into the export plant’s chain,” Geoff told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
“We have a high turnover of cattle, and he was lucky enough to stay behind.”
That colossal cow is a sight to be seen — and we have video here 🐄📹 pic.twitter.com/m5Nt8wNhMp
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) November 28, 2018
If you’re feeling sad, here are some (unedited) pictures of Knickers the cow, who is just really heckin’ big. pic.twitter.com/WFyriValwI
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