That is definitely the hugest cow I have ever seen. Australian Geoff Pearson reared tan actual seven-foot-tall and 1,400kg cow named Knickers on his property and told ABC News because of his size they couldn’t sell him for export. As a result the 194cm (6ft 4in) tall creature was given a second life on the farm. ‘He was too big to go into the export plant’s chain, we have a high turnover of cattle and he was lucky enough to stay behind,’ Mr Pearson said. All the other cattle are attracted to Knickers which makes its easier for Mr Pearson to spot the herd while the are out grazing. ‘Whenever he wants to get up and start walking there’s a trail of hundreds of cattle following him, we all know when Knickers in on the move,’ he said. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world record for the largest bovine is 2267kg while the cow steer in the record book measures in at just over two meters. The average size of a cow across all breeds is 630kg with the average size rising by 18 per cent in the last two decades. So just imagine how big they will be in a thousand years.