The 7-year-old Holstein-Friesian is 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 1.4 tonnes.
An enormous cow called "Knickers" has been saved by farmers in Australia, who say he is just too big to kill. I wouldn't be able to put it through a processing facility.
A massive Australian cow named Knickers has been spared the slaughterhouse and the dinner table thanks to its sheer size.
Knickers (pictured far left) is a seven-year-old Holstein Friesian.
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Holstein Friesian will instead live out his days on a farm 85 miles south of Perth, Western Australia.
"We knew that he was always going to grow into a big steer, but we never realised he'd get this big", Mr Pearson told Today Tonight.
Knickers cost his owners £226 ($400), and they bought him as a "coach" to take charge of the herd.
"Knickers lives on", Pearson told the BBC.
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"When he was young, when we first got him, we had a Brahman steer which was a friend of his", said Geoff.
"So his name was bra.so we [had] bra and knickers".
"We have a high turnover of cattle and he was lucky enough to stay behind".
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Knickers' owner says he's Australia's biggest steer - standing at more than six feet three inches tall - and weighing in at almost a ton!