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Just found a new Baby in the Pasture a little bit
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Willy-N    Posted 05-28-2003 at 13:10:05       [Reply]  [No Email]

One of Shelby's Scottish Highlands just had her Calf! This is Pam and she is a little funny when you get close to her. I was thinking of going in a taking a close up till she gave me this look! This is my new Baby and you ain't even getting close unless you want to play with my horns. I will have to wait for Shelby to get home from school to find out if it is a male or female. It is just hours old. Mark H.


DeadCarp    Posted 05-28-2003 at 20:44:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
Does Pam have email by any chance? You tell her she did real well, the horns are nice too and the calf's adorable :)


Willy-N    Posted 05-28-2003 at 21:08:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Those Highland calves are cute! In a few weeks it will fluff out into a big fuzzy calf and I might get a close up. They are about 40 pounds at birth, and easy to have if your a cow! It was doing donuts in the pasture a few hours after being born. Mark H.


Sid    Posted 05-28-2003 at 17:56:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
Nice looking calf. It is a shame you have to wait till Shelby gets home to know if it is male or female. Reminds me when my oldest grandaughter was about four years old she would tell me if the calves were boy or girls and she was always right I asked her one afternoon how she could tell the difference and she said just look at their faces. If she were her I would have her look and let you know. I am guesing a bull but not that good at telling from a distance either have about eighty percent sucecess rate at judging neborn from a distance.


Willy-N    Posted 05-28-2003 at 20:29:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Still tring to tell on the Highland! Shelby said it to fuzzy to see? Maybe tomorrow. Need to know have to fix the bull calves soon. Mark H.


Willy-N Another one! Long    Posted 05-28-2003 at 15:59:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Another one just came into the world. Her Long Horn just had one! To bad she missed both of them she will be home in a hour from school. Bot of the cows had there first calf too and no problems so far. Only 2 more cows to go now. Mark H.


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