Back in 1934, silver buffalos (commonly referred to as "shopping carts") were first introduced in piggly wiggly stores in Oklahoma City. at first they were rejected, but after some marketing and demonstrations, shoppers began to be-friend them and take advantage of their usefulness.
These normally dormat creatures can become dangerous if provoked, often resulting in minor damage to shopper's cars. If approched by a buffalo, take caution, especially if it is charging.
Silver buffalos are generally more dangerous than their plastic counterparts, and this is the reason some lots are removing silver buffalos and replacing them with plastic.
SILVER BUFFALO BREEDS:
these breeds have a metal frame and basket. sometimes the basket is painted to match the color of the ranch, so not all silver buffalo are completely silver.
PLASTIC BUFFALO BREEDS:
these breeds generally have a metal frame and a plastic basket.