Farmer Reveals Diet Of Gentle Giant 'Knickers' The Cow

Knickers is thought to be Australia's largest cow
Knickers is thought to be Australia's largest cow

30 November, 2018

The Holstein in the town of Myalup, Australia stands almost two metres tall and weighs more than 3,000 pounds, double the weight of the average dairy cow and about 50 centimetres taller.

Thanks to its size, the mammoth Knickers managed to stay out of the slaughterhouse due to the mere fact that he was too big to fit through the processing plant.

In a moo-ving fairy tale ending, Knickers will get to live in peace for the rest of his days, grazing in Lake Preston, southwest of Perth, according to the AP.

But even when you consider these factors, Knickers is a freakishly big cow.

Basking in the glory that is Knickers the cow, netizens have gone off the deep end, professing their love and general sense of shock over the giant steer. He is actually too big to be slaughtered.

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Australian media say Knickers is believed to be the tallest steer in the country and weighs about 1.4 tons.

Pearson also said that his other cattle follow the massive leader around by the hundreds. That's because Knickers is a steer.

According to the Guinness World Records, the biggest living steer in the world is a chianina ox named Bellino, who was more than 6 feet 7 inches tall when he was measured in Rome, Italy in 2010. At 1,400kg, Knickers is just too big for the abattoir.

"We all know when Knickers is on the move".

His name came about because another cattle Pearson had at the time - a Brahman steer - befriended him.

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