For sale is a great Steer taxidermy shoulder mount. it is mounted in a straight pose looking out into the room. The horns on this mount are detachable, making it easy to move through doors or tight spaces. The massive bull has 76" wide horns with top notch taxidermy quality, earning our prestigious Premier Plus™ overall quality rating. All applicable dimensions are included to help ensure this item will fit within your intended display space.
- There is a hanger already attached to the back of this item.
- It will hang on single properly anchored large headed bolt placed into a stud.
General Information about the Steer (Bos primigenius)
The Steer (or Bull) is a male ungulate from the Bovine Family. They can be throughout the world, and have a long history in many cultures for food and work. The average size of a male steer is around 1500 lbs, but some sub-speceis can grow to over double that weight! The males horns tend to grow horizontally away from the head, and curl near the tip. The horns often vary in size, color and appearance depending upon the sub-specie.
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