We bought a 18 mt old black anugus bull last year. So far out of the 32 cows he has been with, we have 29 calves and 4 cows ready to deliver. We have had two sets of twins. The first set we saved the first calf which was a bull, but lost the second which was a heifer.The second set had a heifer first and doing great, the second,a bull calf, had problems--its front hooves are bent forward, so when it tries to walk or run it falls forward or it will try to walk on its knee's. Both are big calves they are nursing fine and mother claims both and nurses both. We straighten out it's legs and wraped cotten around them and then wraped duct tape, with a splint on the lower portion of the leg. He is walking and hopping around fine just like his twin. My question is has anyone else had this leg-hoof problem and if so what did you do? Did the leg straighten out. We thought maybe this was because of the room it had in the cow, or does this sound like a problem with the bull? Thanks for your help.