Township of Dymond, Ontario

Cow (Ms. Claybelt)

Cow - Steve RobinsonCow - John Wright
Designer: Mid-Canada Fibreglass
Supporting artists Bill Burnside and Jean Paul Gravel

When Built: June 8, 1984

Dimensions:
Length: 18 Feet (5.5 Metres)
Height: 12 Feet (3.7 Metres)

Construction Materials:
Fibreglass

Location:

Reason for Building:

On Jan 4, 1983, "Motion No. 16 - Dymond Council authorized the commissioning of a statue of a true type holstein cow"
"The purpose of selecting a replica of a statue of a true type holstein cow as supported by Council for the following reasons:
1. to provide a tourist attraction and landmark to encourage visitors to stop, visit the tourist centre and possibly remain in the area for an extended period of time.
2. to give recognition to the economic and social value the farming industry provides in the area."

Additional Information:

Mid Canada Fiberglass Ltd. also created the Flying Saucer in Moonbeam, ON.

Steve, Jamie-lee, Jesse, Brandon and Kyle Robinson are all in the first photo.

Information Source: Township of Dymond

Picture Source: John Wright and Steve Robinson

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Created By DMY on February 26, 1999
Last Updated: November 15, 2002