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Got a calving or breeding question? Get an answer.
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The dairy recently bought a number of bred close up cows. The cows had been running with 2 bulls, one a Brown Swiss the other a Holstein during the time frame they were bred. A straightbred looking Holstein cow calved friday morning with a BS Holstein cross looking heifer calf. Late yesterday afternoon when they went out to bring her up to the parlor she had just delivered a Holstein looking heifer calf. Both calves weighed in the 90 lb range, that's from a guestimate standpoint. Good thing she was up in the calving lot or they would have gone nuts trying to figure out who had calved.
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dun wrote:Good thing she was up in the calving lot or they would have gone nuts trying to figure out who had calved.
Yeah, been there - done that when a calf wandered under the electric fence and would up in the alleyway, got it figured out though.
Women and cats are going to do what they want, men and dogs would be wise to accept this.