Twin bull calves ! She already had them when my brother went out this morning and found them at 6:30 a.m.. We thought she was going to calf late yesterday evening when she left the herd of 27 and went up and over the hill by herself. All we could do was hope for the best and that there would not be a problem with the birth. Both calves are large for twins, but one is just a little bit smaller and has a little bit of a problem with its front feet wanting to buckle over at the first hock. We got them to the barn after we let the mom bond with them out in the pasture for a while. Both have nursed and the cow is excepting and licking them both. The one with the buckled feet bucks around just like his brother and both are doing great this evening. This is the second set of twins born this year, the first was small twin heifer calves and the first was coming back feet first and well we lost them both. We are going to keep them confined to the barn for several days and turn them in with the cow during the day which we have just a tube gate between them until the one with the buckled feet gets stronger. The cow gives a good bit of milk but for her to raise them both we just aren't sure at this time if that will be possible. Right now they both will nurse the cow until we decide.