Wautoma, Wisconsin: Boris the Black Bull

A 12-foot-tall black fiberglass steer has stood in the same spot for 50 years.

Silvercryst Resort

w7015 WI-21, Wautoma, WI
Silvercryst Resort. East side of town, on the south side of WI-21, just after you pass between the two lakes.
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Boris the Bull.

Boris the Black Bull

Boris is a 12-foot-tall black fiberglass steer. He has stood in the same spot for 50 years, but was knocked over by a drunk driver in 2014. Boris has since been repaired, and pylons have been placed around him to prevent further mishaps.

[Janice Sage, 07/03/2018]

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