His name is Chilli and he's described as a gentle giant.
Which is just as well for his handler, Tara Nirula, pictured by his side.
His owners have contacted the Guinness Book of Records who are currently assessing his credentials and comparing them to other big bovines.
The black and white Friesian bullock weighs well over a ton and at the same height as a small elephant, casts a shadow over his cattle companions who are about 5ft. Scroll down for more...
Chilli the giant bullock stands at 6ft 6ins and weighs well over a ton
Despite his grand stature, Chilli only grazes on grass during the day and enjoys the occasional swede as a treat.
The heifer, who is almost as high as he is long, lives at the Ferne Animal Sanctuary in Chard, Somerset, after he was left on their doorstep aged just six-days-old.
Nine years on, Chilli has kept on growing, and staff believe the giant will smash a record for Britain's tallest ever cow.
Naomi Clarke, manager at the sanctuary, said: "As Chilli was growing up we began noticing that he was bigger than our other cows. Scroll down for more...
Chilli dwarfs most horses, is the same height as a small elephant and casts a shadow over his cattle companions who are about 5ft in height
"He now stands at 6ft 6ins from the floor to the top of his shoulder and he is massive when he holds his head up.
"We have made an application to Guinness Book Of Records and we are quite confident he will get it."
Chilli, who is 6ft 7ins long, was left running around on the doorstep of the sanctuary along with his twin sister Jubilee in 1999.
Over the years, staff noticed Chilli begin to tower over his sister and companions.
But it was only when he failed to fit in a standard cattle cage to have his hooves clipped that they realised just how big he had grown compared to normal bullocks. Scroll down for more...
Chilli lives at the Ferne Animal Sanctuary in Chard, Somerset
Miss Clarke said: "For some reason a farmer decided he didn't want Chilli and Jubilee so dumped them with three others on our doorstep nine years ago.
"He was only six days old and didn't look that big but as the years passed we noticed he was getting rather tall.
"People would always comment on how much bigger he was from the other cows and bulls when they visited the sanctuary.
"He does weigh over a ton but is quite lean and not as fat as some of his companions." Scroll down for more...
Despite his grand stature, Chilli only grazes on grass during the day and enjoys the occasional swede as a treat
She continued: "We don't know what has made him so tall. He doesn't eat that much and his feet and head are in proportion - he is just very large.
"He is a very friendly and gentle cow so we hopes he manages to break the record - he deserves it."
At present, the tallest bovine in the world is 6ft 8ins Fiorino, who lives in Italy.
A spokeswoman for the Guinness Book Of Records said: "I can confirm that an application has been received for Chilli which is currently under research."
Six months ago another bullock vying for a record breaking spot was The Field Marshal who weighed in at 3,000lb.
At the time he was on course to over take the current British record-holder, his former stablemate The Colonel, who stood 6ft 5in tall and weighed 3,500lb. He died in 2005.
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