The remarkable giant farmer and carabao figures of bronze finish have been solidly constructed in the year 2006 fronting the town plaza of Bugallon. Since then, it has become a famous landmark of the municipality. The monument was built with the help and creativity of a local artist group in Pangasinan called, “Anak Pawis.”
The farmer and carabao monument serve as a reminder of the history and significance of the earliest livelihood in the town which is farming. This was strategically built along the road for the commuters and passersby to see in order for them to remember the relevance of farming in the local community and for the people of Bugallon to take pride of the rich history of their town.