Nothing to See Here, Just a Cow Riding in the Back of a Silverado

If there’s one thing that we love about our pickup trucks, it’s that ...

If there’s one thing that we love about our pickup trucks, it’s that they’re incredibly versatile. The best part of having a pickup is being able to sling around all kinds of gear while hauling people. Need to pull a trailer too? No problem! Most trucks are capable of stacking up quite the heavy load. To make a long story even longer, they’re incredibly capable of getting the job done, no matter what that job might be. From hauling dirt to moving a car around, the right truck can make life a whole lot easier.

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In some situations, though, the job might just be a little bit more obscure than others. Perhaps, someone needs to pull a cow around. Now, that wouldn’t be the end of the world. After all, farmers have to move their cattle sometimes, right? Well, for someone who doesn’t have a trailer, it might become a little bit complicated. A driver isn’t going to just stuff livestock in their bed or their cab, right? Well, this is where we have to hold the phone for a minute. It looks like one man behind the wheel of his Chevy refused to lose.

It looks like the driver of this Chevrolet Silverado was downright determined, though. Instead of investing in a trailer, this driver decided to do things a little bit differently. He stuck a cow in the back seat! When he rolled the back window down, the cow even stuck its head out the door as a dog would! This certainly is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. We’re not sure how we would respond to such a situation.

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Posted by Chip G Pearson on Tuesday, October 2, 2018

It might not be the most conventional method in the world but if it works it works, right!? Now to figure out how to strap the cow in for safety. Annie the Highway Cow

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