Hereford Bull and its familiar cattle colour
If there is one image that should pop in one’s mind when thinking about the word ‘cattle’, it is often one with red-yellow or brown with prominent white colour on the cattle’s underline, crest, dewlap, and face. This is the Hereford Bull, of the early breeders from Herefordshire in England where this breed emerged. Another distinctive characteristic of the Hereford is how it matures early and its ability to withstand adverse conditions.
This weather-resistant fibreglass Hereford Bull is a wonderful replica of its counterpart. It can be displayed in a farm environment or indoors, reminiscent of how the real one also thrives in cooler places like Finland, harsher climates of northern Uruguay, and even the subtropical regions like Brazil. And while it is as good as the actual Hereford Bull, this standing Hereford merely appears on behalf of its breed to spread the word that its beef is of high quality and can readily be for sale since this breed will not be extinct any time soon.
- Durable and weather-resistant fibreglass material