A Palisade man has made a cow truck out of the old Prime Cut Cow that was on 12th and Orchard. This is a historical Grand Junction landmark and now it's on the moo-ve and it could be yours.

Lyle Nichols transformed the Prime Cut Cow into a truck, complete with a window in the middle of the cow and even a flower sill. Lyle posted the Prime Cut Cow truck on a local Facebook group for sale at $15,000 and you could use it to:

Draw attention to your business or have your company sleep in it or take on fun road trips.

The Prime Cut Cow used to be in front of a place called Prime Cut on 12th and Orchard. It's where Kannah Creek now stands and has been around Grand Junction so long that it's a historical landmark.

Prime Cut Cow

This cow has remained in the Grand Valley and has been steady grazing in a Palisade pasture. Lyle purchased the Prime Cut Cow about ten years ago and now it's back on the move.

I have a feeling we'll be seeing the Prime Cut Cow a whole lot more in the Grand Valley.