Turned all 6 heifers, we AI'ed in winter, out last week. All should be pregnant. Two were checked and were positive. Those were the last ones AI'ed. No repeats since February. Some already have a tiny swelling in the udder. Two are incalf with Limousine, due in November. Four in calf to two Red Angus bulls, due in October-November.
Abit more noticeable teats on this one.
The earliest udder formation we had for many years. She's due on the 1st of October, but has an easily seen tiny udder. Should be a pretty heavy milker.
Let last year born heifers out from their shed after a long winter. Next week they should go out on grass. 8 will be left as replacements and will start their AI at the end of June. Already have a couple favorites.
This heifer really stands out from the group.