i have a question for all you experienced cattle people out there. now i am only 15 years old and i work for a couple people who have beef cows. now i am not clueless on cattle i would actually like to think i know a little. but just yesterday i was with a guy who has a small shorthorn herd and we had a first calf heifer with two hooves sticking out. so we got her in his calvin pen, haltered her and tied her to a gate and we tried to pull. we just assumed that she tried calving, couldnt get it, and quit becuase i know that does happen. well this guy i work for is roughly 80 years old give or take a few years, and we could not pull this calf together and to help the matter the cow was not helping us by pushin at all.i live right next door to this guy and he thought about calling my dad because we used to milk so he knows alot about pulling calves and he has helped him and i pull calves before.my dad was not home so this guy decided to get his tractor and tie the ropes that were tied to the hooves on his tractor and back backwards while i pushed down on the ropes. he also never once checked the calf to 100% make sure it was dialeted completely. to me this does not sound healthy on a cow especially on a first calf heifer. maybe i am clueless but if that calf wouldnt of come out, couldnt of somethin bad happen to the cow. so like i said this may be a stupid question but i would just like your thoughts.