Cattle have been coming to this rock for over a hundred years. At first, they just milled around munching grass and wildflowers and then one young bull accidently head-butted the rock with his horn and a chip of rock fell off. As a result, young bulls continually horn the rock to this day; especially, the artist bulls. The cattle owner says the rock has an uncanny resemblance to the back of his great, great grandfather's head who was gored to death by one of his Scottish Highland bulls. Apparently, the original herd was extremely upset about the move from Scottland.