“Worlds Largest Holstein Cow”
Salem Sue (or The World's Largest Holstein Cow) is a large fiberglass holstein cow sculpture located in New Salem, North Dakota. Salem Sue was built in 1974 for $40,000. The project was sponsored by the New Salem Lions Club in honor of the local dairy farming industry. The statue stands 38 feet high and is 50 feet long. It sits on School Hill near Interstate 94 off exit 127 S and can be viewed for several miles.
Nice stop between Bismarck and Medora. No bathrooms at the cow's location, but a great view! (Two gas stations right off highway for potty/refreshments)
Awesome!! 3 kids 5 and under and they loved it!! Do the 10 min hike up the hill for the view and oxygen!!
Pretty awesome and huge!!!! The little trail gives a beautiful view as well and isn't hard at all!!
1 minute off freeway to dirt road, then a mile or less up road to top of hill. They ask for a $1 donation per car for upkeep - it's worth it and it is really, really big
I love that cow.
worth stop! Great view!!
It’s a giant cow in the middle of nowhere. Obviously it was great.
Love the FFA Welcome sign at the entrance! This was our third "world's largest" stop on the way to Yellowstone and it was by far our favorite. The view from Salem Sue is amazing and you can climb further up the butte for a stunning 360 view of the area. Please do not drive by Salem Sue without stopping!
This is a great stop for the photo op, but there's a little trail up the hill and a place to climb on rocks and stuff and stretch your legs. GREAT view of the surrounding area as you are high up on a hill.
Salem Sue looks like Katie the cow's grandmother.
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