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Bull Statues (page 3)

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The fiberglass bull statues described below are smaller than those at the previous two pages. They have smooth coats and were typically installed at meat markets.

Gold City Grill
Oroville, CA
Readfield
Meats & Deli
Bryan, TX
Beans
N Things
Bar-B-Que [gone]
Amarillo, TX
Riverside Clubhouse
Sacramento, CA
The Gold City Grill steer statue projects from the roof. [map]

The Readfield Meats & Deli sign looks like it was designed to be used with this statue. [map]

Beans N Things Bar-B-Que opened in 1985. I don't know when the bull statue was installed on the roof. This photo is from 2012. Later that year, the restaurant closed and the bull was gone.

This bull statue at the Riverside Clubhouse restaurant is perched over the entrance. When this photo was taken in 2014 during the FIFA World Cup, the statue was wearing an American flag and had a soccer ball at its feet. [map]

Bull
Jackson, CA
Bull
San Jose, CA
Bull
Lockeford, CA
This Bull statue in Jackson is installed on top of a revolving sign at Swingle Meat. It was not operating when this photo was taken in 2014. The statue has been here since at least 2008 and probably a lot longer than that. The company was established in 1945. [map]

This Bull statue in San Jose has been at the Sherwood Inn since at least the 1970s. The second photo is from 2014. Around 2014, the Bull had been given a bright green paint job. [first photo thanks Mark Comstock] [map]

This Bull statue in Lockeford is installed on a pole next to the Lockeford Meat Service building. The store has been here since at least 1972. [map]

Worden's Meat [gone]
Joplin, MO
Riscky's Steakhouse
Fort Worth, TX
Cattlemen's Steakhouse
Fort Worth, TX
The Worden's Meat building previously housed the Southtown Meat Co. This bull statue was installed on a pole by Southtown. This photo is from 2010. By 2013, Worden's moved to a new location. This statue is not at either the old or new location.

Riscky's Steakhouse and the Cattlemen's Steakhouse are located in the historic Stockyards District. [Riscky's map]; [Cattlemen's map]

Bull
Hawaiian Gardens, CA
Bull [gone]
Winslow, AZ
Bull
Edwardsville, IL
The Bull in Hawaiian Gardens is installed on top of the sign at Northgate Market No. 3. [map]

The Bull in Winslow was located on the roof of the Winslow Ford dealership. Note his brand of "W/F". The dealership moved to a new location and the statue is now gone. [photo thanks Glenda Campbell]

The Bull in Edwardsville is installed above Quality Retail Meats. [map]

Bull
Los Angeles, CA
Bull
Alturas, CA
Bull
Sonoma, CA
This pair of Bulls are elevated under the sign for the Pacific Dining Car. [map]

This Bull statue in Alturas is located on the roof of the Modoc Auction Yard Cafe. It has been there since at least 2007. This photo is from 2016. [map]

This Bull statue in Sonoma is installed on the roof of Angelo's Wine Country Deli. It has been there since at least 2007. [map]

Bull
Albuquerque, NM
Bull
Phoenix, AZ
Bull
Flint, MI
The Bull in Albuquerque is installed on top of the sign of Mac's La Sierra Coffee Shop. For more, see this website. [map]

The Bull in Phoenix is located on top of the Stockyards Restaurant. [map]

This Bull in Flint stands in the parking lot of Tom Z Flint Original Coney Island. [map]

Bull
Valley City, ND
Bull
Brookfield, IL
Babe the Blue Ox
Porterville, CA
The Bull statue in Valley City is installed at Valley Meat. [map]

The Bull statue in Brookfield is located on the roof of the Papa Vini Restaurant. [map]

The Babe the Blue Ox statue was once installed on the roof of the Blue Ox restaurant in town. There was also a wooden statue of Paul Bunyan on the same lot which is now located in Three Rivers, CA. Babe is now in storage at the Porterville Fair Grounds. She/he makes appearances during the fair, dressed in different outfits.

Clarion Meat Lockers
Clarion, IA
Schuman's Meat
Columbus, OH
The Clarion Meat Lockers bull statue has been installed over the store's entrance since around 1960. For more, see this website. [map]

This rooftop bull statue at Schuman's Meat looked recently refurbished when these photos were taken in 2009. [map]

Hilltop Steakhouse [gone]
Saugus, MA
The Hilltop Steakhouse had about ten fiberglass cow and bull statues grazing in front of the restaurant. This photo from the 1960s shows the statues which were produced by Prewitt Fiberglass Animals or International Fiberglass. During the Christmas season, Santa hats were put on the statues. The restaurant was also well-known for its giant cactus sign. In 2013, the restaurant closed and the cow statues have been removed. Three of the statues were moved to MarketStreet in Lynnfield, MA.

Sam Seltzer's Steakhouse [gone]
Tampa, FL
Sam Seltzer's Steakhouse had seven locations in Florida. These photos are from 2005 when there were six life-sized fiberglass bulls in front of this location. The chain went out of business in 2010. Landers Steakhouse is located here now and the statues are gone.

Howard & Son
Meatpacking
Mercer, PA
Bull
Scottsbluff, NE
These two statues appear to be a match. I don't know of any others with roached necks like this.

The Howard & Son Meatpacking bull was looking a little rough when this photo was taken in 2006. The statue has been repainted. [map]

This Bull statue is installed in front of the El Torito Grill. [map]

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