The world's largest Holstein cow, named Salem Sue, is located in North Dakota.

The female holstein stands 38 feet high and 50 feet long on top of School Hill located on the north edge of the town of New Salem, population 938. A project of the New Salem Lions Club, Salem Sue was constructed in 1974, at a cost of $40,000, as a tribute to the area's dairy industry.

The udder is just low enough to allow an average-sized adult to grab a teat, thus allowing many teenagers the opportunity to take vulgar pictures and videos.

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