Wow! those are bigger than the whole animal. Not a critter to annoy!
those horns just amaze me. What breed? Does he/she live on your ranch?
I think these are the coolest cows EVER.I also get a headache from a ponytail :)I have been a Watusi fan since I saw one at a fair or something when I was about 10 years old.
ah, thus the name of the post! LOL did not realize that was also the name of the breed. *shakes head* I think I need another cup of coffee.
They are beautiful creatures!
I seriously thought this was photoshopped! I had no idea! OMG! That is amazing!
I saw one of these at the Grand National Livestock Show in San Francisco about ten years ago. They are really cool looking , but according to it's owner- they are a little tempermental. I would be too, having to carry all that weight around on my head! Is this one yours?
Nope not ours. She belongs to a friend. The biggest horns around our place belong to my longhorns. Nothing like these!
Wouldn't want to tangle with that one! :-)
Saw one once and would not try to pick the twenty dollar bill off his forehead!
Hot dang! That is one horney cow! :) Are those the kind of horns they put on the front of those big ol' cadillacs?And congrats on the pie contest! Good job!
That would give me one x!@#@ of a headache also!
Geebus those are some big horns!I bet the husband was glad stubby hooked him and not this feller.
She is so pretty!
If they tilted the head just so, and were very, very careful... they could clean the wax out of eachother's ears. DiThe Blue Ridge Gal
I want one of these SO BAD!!! haha I think they are almost better than Longhorns.
I hear ya! Dang, those are some HUGE horns. Not only are they long, but they are thick too!! WOW!
What an amazing head of horns! Such a lovely pic - great colours too.Here's hoping you and yours have a great time over the holidays.
AH HA This one is a Heifer!No "Ornaments!" hahahahaha
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