The Herd Bull is the work of Sioux artist Benji Daniels and Billings sculptor James J. Hadcock. The two-and- a half-ton bison skull was welded of recycled sheet metal and measures 24 feet wide and seven feet high. Completed in 1990, Herd Bull serves as an important symbol of the life-ways of Montana’s first inhabitants, the spring of the West for those who followed and the impact of nature on all who have called Montana home.
BE MONTANA AWARE
Montana Aware is a statewide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 by promoting safety measures
for those traveling in the state. We are committed to protecting the health of residents and
visitors and ask that you do the same.
Learn more here.
WHAT WE’RE ASKING YOU TO DO
1. Know the local public health guidelines before arriving at your destination
2. Understand some services and destinations may be limited
3. Stay home if you are sick