(UPI) – A Massachusetts farmer's beefy bovine was awarded a Guinness World Record as the tallest living steer, standing at 6 feet, 1 inch high.
Tommy, 13, who belongs to Cheshire farmer Fred Balawender, is a purebred Brown Swiss steer, one of the largest dairy breeds.
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Balawender's daughter, Laurie Cuevas, said Tommy has been with the family since he was just 1 day old. "He just kept on growing and growing," she told Guinness World Records. "He and my dad always had a special connection, and he became a really large, well-loved pet right away."
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