Columbia, Pennsylvania: Big CowOn wheels. It belongs to a local dairy, who sometime haul it around for promotions, or paint it garish colors, or both. Currently loiters near the "Turkey Hill Experience."
Turkey Hill Dairy
- 301 Linden St., Columbia, PA
- Exit US Hwy 30 onto Hwy 441/Linden St. (Columbia) just east of Susquehanna River bridge. The Experience is just south of US Hwy 30, on the northeast corner of Hwy 441 and Linden St., next to the Burger King. Note: mobile attraction, appearing at regional fairs and events.
- May be out on tour at times.
Visitor Tips and News About Big Cow
Is now located at the new Turkey Hill Experience in Columbia, PA. Located just off route 30.[Jen Storey, 06/13/2011]
The Turkey Hill Cows are always a pleasure to see at ice cream promotions, festivals, or in parades, but when one of these dear girls is on the road, and you just catch a glimpse of her rolling along in the distance, well, that's one of the good things about Lancaster County.[Gwynneth, 07/28/2010]
Big black and white cow on a trailer at the Turkey Hill dairy farm in Conestoga, Lancaster County. Cow was at the top of the hill, in a back parking lot that we reached via a one-way street.[Becky, 10/09/2009]
An update about the Big Cow: there's a school up the road from us in Manheim that has a benefit auction and chicken barbecue every year. For the second year in a row, the Turkey Hill cow has made an appearance. This year, we took pictures! I'm including the second picture to show the speaker under its chin. I guess it speaks or makes some sort of noise, but we've never heard it udder a sound. ;o)[Faith Musngi, 04/30/2008]
The Big Cow reported outside the Harrisburg Farm Show grounds indeed belongs to Turkey Hill Dairies. This past summer they were promoting their new ice cream variety, Duettes, a swirl of ice cream and sorbet. The cow was painted white with a large red swirl on its side and made appearances all over Lancaster county. We saw it in Lititz and Manheim.[Faith Musngi, 02/21/2008]