Thousands of fans stand in line for hours to take a selfie with Australia's biggest cow & # 39; Knickers & # 39; after he became famous when the video that showed him towering above his herd became viral
- More than 15,000 fans flocked to the Brunswick Agricultural Show at & # 39; Knickers & # 39; to see
- Knickers seemed to be raising money for farmers who were struggling with The Blue Tree Project
- The super-large handlebar of 194 cm and 1,400 kg managed to raise $ 16,000 during the event
- Knickers appeared with his mate Lucky, who had previously been stolen from his farm
More than 15,000 fans flocked to the Brunswick Agricultural Show to take a selfie with Australia's largest cow, Knickers.
Knickers is an 8-year-old Holstein Friesian ox who became known worldwide last year after being filmed above his hearing on his farm in Western Australia.
The animal, standing at 194 cm from its shoulders and weighing no less than 1,400 kg, appeared at the event to raise money for struggling farmers.
Sharp gamblers stood in line for hours to see the enormous wheel, giving a gold coin donation for a selfie with the famous cow while collecting money for The Blue Tree Project.
More than 15,000 fans flocked to the Brunswick Agricultural Show to take a selfie with Australia's largest cow, & # 39; Knickers & # 39;
Knickers is so big, twice the weight and half a meter longer than an average Holstein Friesian ox, that he was too big to make steaks out of it and his life as king of the herd lives
Knickers is heavier than that
- A Mini Cooper (1,200 kg)
- Three clones of racehorse Winx
- A black rhino
- AU $ 140 million in stacked AU $ 100 banknotes or AU $ 155,000 in AU $ 1 coins
- A beluga whale
- 9,300 potatoes
- A whole rugby league team
& # 39; It's pretty daunting to be close to him, he's much bigger than any other ox I've had, & # 39; Knickers & owner Geoff Pearson told Daily Mail Australia earlier.
& # 39; But he is very calm, not aggressive, just curious. & # 39;
Knickers appeared with his best friend Lucky, who was also run by the media last year after being stolen from vegan dairy farmers by his activists.
He was able to raise $ 16,000 for the project, which works with farmers who experience psychological problems after suffering from drought.
The famous bovine went viral last year, forcing Mr. Pearson to handle calls from media around the world.
Knicker's impressive size is what kept him out of the slaughterhouse because he just couldn't fit through the machines.
His size turned out to be another challenge for Pearson, who was forced to get a larger driveway for Knickers to get in the back of his trailer to be transported to the event.
Knickers is double the weight and more than half a meter taller than an average Holstein Friesian ox, and eats an incredible 30kg-a-day diet of natural green pastures and grain rations.
Sharp gamblers stood in line for hours to see the huge wheel that gave a gold coin donation for a selfie with the famous cow
Knickers' enormous 70lbs-a-day (30kg) diet is a mix of natural green pastures and grain grain rations that caught his eye from an early age.
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