Cow Statues (page 3)

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Scottish Angus Cow and Calf
Denver, CO
This bronze Scottish Angus Cow and Calf sculpture was created by Dan Ostermiller in 2001. It was originally installed near Larkspur, CO and then moved here in 2006. The cows are three times larger than life. For more, see this website. [map]

Possum Sweetheart
Carnation, WA
Springbank Snow Countess
Woodstock, ON
This statue of Possum Sweetheart was built in 1928 and is installed on a seven-foot-tall pedestal in front of this former Carnation Farms dairy plant. This cow was a world record-holding producer of milk. For more, see this website. [map]

The Springbank Snow Countess monument was installed in 1937. It honors a record-setting milk production cow that lived from 1919-1936. [map]

Adohr Milkmaid
Tulare, CA
This Adohr Milkmaid sculpture was created in the 1920s by Art-Vertising of Los Angeles. The sculpture was originally located in Tarzana, CA. It was one several built to advertise for the Adohr Farms Creamery Co. It is the only one left. In 1969, the sculpture was moved to the dairy company in Tulare that bought out Adohr Farms. By the 1990s, the sculpture was in bad shape. It has since been restored and now stands in front of Morningstar Foods. For more, see this website. [map]

Emily the Sacred Cow
Sherborn, MA
The bronze statue of Emily the Sacred Cow was installed at the Peace Abbey in 2005. The statue was created by Lado Goudjabidze. It is a tribute to a cow that escaped a Hopkinton, MA slaughterhouse in 1995 by jumping a fence. When the Peace Abbey heard of her escape, she was brought here to live. She died of cancer in 2003. For more, see this website.

Belle the Cow
Bellflower, CA
Belle the Cow was created by Carol Gold in 2013. The painted bronze sculpture was commissioned by the city. It represents the city's origins as a dairy community. The sculpture is slightly larger than life. [map]

Cow Lookout Tower
Saint-Georges-de-Windsor, QC
This Cow Lookout Tower was created by a local artist, Mrs. Josée Perreault. The town wanted a lookout tower that would blend in with the landscape. So, boulders were used. [map]

Paso Robles, CA
Giant Cow
Woodstown, NJ
This life-sized Cow in Paso Robles was installed around 2017 as part of the worldwide CowParade art exhibit. Each cow is painted differently. This cow is known as Clarabelle the Wine Cow and is located in front of the Paso Robles Inn. [map]

This Giant Cow in Woodstown stands at the entrance to Cowtown near a Giant Cowboy statue. For more, see this website. [map]

Cow [gone]
Salt Lake City, UT
Farmer & Cow
Gulliver, MI
This Rocket-Powered Cow statue jumped over a silver moon. It was installed in front of the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in 2006 along with a giant beehive. They were among the winners of "Flying Objects", a public art competition. The cow was created by Michael J. Bingham. By 2014, both sculptures were gone. For more, see this website.

These Farmer & Cow statues stand in a field. [map]

Cow & Calf
Santa Barbara, CA
February 2020:
June 2020:
These Cow and Calf statues are installed on the roofs of the former McConnell's Ice Cream plant. The Cow has been located on top of the former ice cream parlor since at least the 1970s. It has been repainted different colors over the years. The building housed Cities Kitchen restaurant in 2008 when the first photo was taken. By 2011, the restaurant had closed and the building was vacant when the other photos were taken in 2012. In 2015, the Sublime restaurant opened in the building and the cow was painted white. In 2017, Mundos restaurant opened there. The building now houses Bossie's Kitchen. The Calf statue is just down the street and looks in the direction of the cow. I believe the Calf statue was installed around 2010. Bossie was wearing a mask in June 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. A few months later, she fell onto the roof and was badly broken. It has not yet been decided if the restaurant will replace the statue. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, and 4. [cow map]; [calf map]

More Cow Statues:
Cafe Mineiro Brazilian Steakhouse (Orlando, FL)
Turner Field (Atlanta, GA)
Sweetwater Horse Event Center (Glenwood, GA)
The Udder Cow (Pocahontas, IA)
Fox Valley Farms (Aurora, IL)
Butcher Block Specialties (Chicago, IL) [gone]
Dean's Dairy (O'Fallon, IL)
Fair Oaks Dairy Adventure (Fair Oaks, IN) [map]
BP station (Fair Oaks, IN)
Cow Limousine (Fort Wayne, IN) [gone]
Cow (Bonnieville, KY)
The Cow (Reistertown, MD)
World's Finest Frozen Custard (Chesterfield, MI)
Ruthie the (Country Fresh) Cow: 1, 2, 3, 4 (various locations, MI)
Windy Hill Moo-Tel (Statesville, NC)
Milk Tank Cows (West Jefferson, NC) [map]
Moo Burger (Island Park, NY)
Lady Lewinda Milkzalot: 1, 2 (Lowville, NY) [map]
Settler's Farm (Middlefield, OH) [map]
Smith Dairy (Orrville, OH) [map]
Toro Loco (Wheelersburg, OH)
readerboard sign (Windthorst, TX)
Cow Sculptures (Olympia, WA) [map]
Kopp's Frozen Custard (Glendale, WI)
Gonnering & Sons (Seymour, WI)
Cow Statues (Thorp, WI)
Cow (Calgary, AB)
Cows (Four Corners, NB)
Ms. Claybelt the Cow (Temiskaming Shores, ON)
Cows Creamery (Charlottetown, PE)

Dun Cow (Durham City, England)
Dairyland Cow (Taranaki, New Zealand)

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