Since I can't feed cows or drive the feed truck. All I've been doing is checking cows and driving around until Cameron is done feeding, then we turn the heifer pairs out.
The fellas on the horizon.
Heifer mama and baby.
This looks bad, but it really isn't. This is what we call "hip locked". The heifer was progressing normally when the baby got to this point, it got stuck, or locked at its hips. She got up, walked around to rotate the calf's hips, layed back down and the baby popped right out. It looks awful, but mama and baby are fine.
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