Not twins , just babysitting

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Not twins , just babysitting

Postby snoopdog » Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:54 pm

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Re: Not twins , just babysitting

Postby TennesseeTuxedo » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:01 pm

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Re: Not twins , just babysitting

Postby Nesikep » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:20 pm

They could pass as twins though.. I got a picture this year of a cow with her twins nursing and a milk thief on top of it.
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Re: Not twins , just babysitting

Postby snoopdog » Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:16 am

Time has been at a premium the last few days , I try and check the girls daily when they are close to calving . I missed a day. I knew I was gonna have at least one new baby , she was about to have it the other day . So I head over yesterday morning while the dew was still on, and have 3! One was my gaunt cow, who is on the cull list for being a little high headed , not crazy but spookish. She didn't show a sign of being close , and I really figured she would be late , another good reason for her to be bologna , but the girl delivered again and she puts everything into her calf. The other was my braunviegh cow, who I thought would be about a week out, I really hope its a heifer.
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Re: Not twins , just babysitting

Postby MRRherefords » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:55 am

snoopdog wrote:Time has been at a premium the last few days , I try and check the girls daily when they are close to calving . I missed a day. I knew I was gonna have at least one new baby , she was about to have it the other day . So I head over yesterday morning while the dew was still on, and have 3! One was my gaunt cow, who is on the cull list for being a little high headed , not crazy but spookish. She didn't show a sign of being close , and I really figured she would be late , another good reason for her to be bologna , but the girl delivered again and she puts everything into her calf. The other was my braunviegh cow, who I thought would be about a week out, I really hope its a heifer.

Was it a heifer?
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Re: Not twins , just babysitting

Postby snoopdog » Thu Sep 13, 2018 4:35 pm

MRRherefords wrote:
snoopdog wrote:Time has been at a premium the last few days , I try and check the girls daily when they are close to calving . I missed a day. I knew I was gonna have at least one new baby , she was about to have it the other day . So I head over yesterday morning while the dew was still on, and have 3! One was my gaunt cow, who is on the cull list for being a little high headed , not crazy but spookish. She didn't show a sign of being close , and I really figured she would be late , another good reason for her to be bologna , but the girl delivered again and she puts everything into her calf. The other was my braunviegh cow, who I thought would be about a week out, I really hope its a heifer.

Was it a heifer?
No , it's a bull
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