It weighs about 3,086 pounds and lives on a farm in Myalup, located 85 miles south of Perth, Australia.
For reference, the average Holstein-Friesian dairy cow typically stands at 4 feet 8 inches and weighs 1,500 pounds.
"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.
"When he was young, when we first got him, we had a Brahman steer [a breed of cattle] which was a friend of his", he said.
But "Knickers" has been spared from the barbeque after it turned out he was too big to be processed in a normal abattoir. "We have a high turnover of cattle and he was lucky enough to stay behind".
The Largest Cow In Australia's Been Discovered And Bloody Hell, Look At That Thing
The farmer said the cow has been put to work since being saved from the dinner table, leading and coaching other cattle.
Geoff - who has about 20,000 cattle - revealed the giant is also a big hit with the other cattle, who follow him around the paddocks in their hundreds.
As you might have guessed, that is Knickers at the back of the photo - the black and white one with a couple of normal-sized cows sheltering under its belly.
"We've seen, over the last 30 to 40 years, quite a considerable increase in the average size of the cow", he said.More news: Ukraine votes on martial law after Russian Federation seizes ships
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