The Biggest Cow in the World live in Australia (5 photos + video)
The biggest cow in the world live in Australia. Although “technically” this is bull. Big Moo lives in Glencoe (South Australia), it weighs nearly a ton, a length of 4.27 meters, and the height at the withers — 190 centimeters. This is a real giant among the cows!
However, despite its large and menacing appearance, Large Mu loves when it scratching behind the ear. The owner of the largest bull is Joanne vine (Joanne Vine), a midwife by profession and happy grandmother, who lives with her husband on a dairy farm. Impressed by the huge proportions of the Big Moo, she spared the animal and sent it to slaughter. According to her, the life he saved his uniqueness.
Joanne suggests that 7-year-old Big Moo may rise further, which is likely to be the result of undiagnosed disorders of the pituitary gland, producing excess growth hormones.
Although the Big Moo has not yet got into the Guinness Book of records, his mistress was already thinking of carrying out official measurements. To make sure that Big Moo — the biggest in Australia, Joanne vine issued a call to the owners of cattle declared their giants, although more than sure that he will become the owner of Guinness record.