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Bull Statues (page 6)

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Bull
Saint-Simon, QC
White Bull
Hays, KS
abandoned bull statue
Dundee, MS
I don't believe these three statues have any matches elsewhere in this section.

This Bull statue in Saint-Simon is installed at Ferme Rodrigue Fournier. [map]

This White Bull is installed at the Schumacher Trust Charolais Ranch. This statue and the one in Saint-Simon have testicles. Only a few bull statues have these. [map]

This abandoned bull statue has no business below him or sign of a nearby cattle ranch. [map]

Hereford Bull
Kansas City, MO
This Hereford Bull statue in Kansas City overlooks I-35 from a 60 foot tall pedestal. The fiberglass statue was built in 1953 for the American Hereford Association. It was originally installed on a 90 foot tall pedestal next to the Association's building. The bull was nicknamed Bob ("Bull on Building"). The Association moved and the new tenants of the building took down the statue. In 2002, it was restored and moved its present location in Mulkey Square Park. For more, see this website. [map]

Albert the Bull
Audubon, IA
Albert the Bull at 28 feet tall is supposedly the World's Largest Bull. He is meant to represent the perfect Hereford Bull. Albert was built in 1964 of concrete and steel. He stands at Albert the Bull Park and Campground. These photos are from 2006. The statue was restored in 2017. His eyes are now brown. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Casa del Sol [gone]
Ascutney, VT
The Market [gone]
Reno, NV
Heaven Hill Hereford Farm
Marshall, WI
The Casa del Sol Mexican restaurant displayed this furry bull statue. The Casa del Sol opened in 2009. This photo is from 2009. By 2013, the restaurant had closed and the statue was gone.

The furry bull at The Market had been there since at least 2011. This photo is from 2014. By 2015, The Market had closed and the statue was gone.

The Heaven Hill Hereford Farm bull is another example of the furry type. His left jaw has been damaged and repainted. [map]

Country Trail Antiques [gone]
Hubbardston, MA
Bucking Bull [gone]
Kanab, UT
The Country Trail Antiques bull was another from the same mold as those shown above. These photos were taken in 2011. The bull was gone later that year.

This Bucking Bull was located at Spurs Grill & Saloon. The statue was a mix of taxidermy and plaster. It was installed sometime after 2008. These photos are from 2014. By 2018, the statue and the restaurant building itself were gone.

El Toro Diablo
Santa Fe, NM
The El Toro Diablo is 15 feet long and was built by Will Shuster in 1952. Originally, the mechanical bull featured a swishing tail and flashing eyes. He could buck, rear, and move his head back and forth. It looks like he might still move up and down but the head and tail look stationary. He appears each year at the Rodeo Parade in June. The rest of the year, the statue is stored at the rodeo site. For more, see this website. [map]

Cattle Drive
Pendleton, OR
These Cattle Drive sculptures were created by Michael Booth. There are nine Hereford cattle, a Border Collie, and two cowboys on horseback. The concrete sculpture group was installed next to the interstate in 1999. In 2009, Booth created a similar group of statues which are installed in McAlester, OK. For more, see this website. [map]

Bronze Bulls
St. Paul, MN
These three Bronze Bulls are located at the University of Minnesota campus. They were created by Peter Woytuk and installed from 2001-2002. The statues are about 14 feet long. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

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