The Cow Chip Throwing Capital of the World Is Hiding In Small Town Oklahoma And It’s As Weirdly Wonderful As You’d Expect

The Cow Chip Throwing Capital of the World is hiding in the small town of Beaver, Oklahoma and it’s as weirdly wonderful as you’d expect. People come from all over the world to participate in one of the oddest challenges—throwing dried cow dung—and you won’t believe how competitive it gets. Who would have thought throwing cow dung would have put this small town on the map? Keep scrolling to get all the details and be sure to watch the short documentary at the end of the article to see this quirky competition in action.

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For more details, be sure to watch this video below:

Is this not the craziest thing you have ever heard of? Between this and Tiger King, we sure do have some quirky stories about Oklahoma. I mean, who wants to live in a boring state anyway?

Adding to these fun tidbits about Oklahoma, here are 14 nicknames for different cities in the state and the meaning behind them.

Address: Beaver, OK 73932, USA