The Guinness World Records paid tribute to Blosom, the world’s tallest cow who died last month at the age of 13.
Blosom, a Holstein Friesian cow, who had became a family pet sadly passed away following an irreparable leg injury.
She towered over her owner Patty Meads-Hanson at a height of almost 6ft 4in.
Blosom was first recognised as the tallest living cow after Guinness World Records visited her home in Orangeville, Illinois last year.
After conducting further research they confirmed that Blosom is now recognised as the tallest cow ever.
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