Friday, 7 December 2007

No Batteries?

Field Marshall should see out his days on the Alstone farm. A six-year-old bullock is on course to become Britain's largest after reaching the same weight as a Mini Cooper car - with two years of growing still to do.

Owner Arthur Duckett is more than five inches shorter than Field Marshall, who stands at about 6ft 3in (1.9m) tall.

He told Wivey News: "The steer came from big stock and because he's got no batteries I can't breed from him and it affects the size he becomes. I often wonder if these big rugby players have batteries?

Are these photos proof that Field Marshall lookalike members of Wivey 3rds have lost their batteries as well?

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