All baby mammals are adorable and these little moos are no exception. Does anyone know if it is typical for a calf to but their head against the udder when nursing or was this just one frisky calf? I had to wince a bit every time that calf butted mom’s udder so much that she twitched and lifted her leg. Ouch!
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The calves are sooo cute! It’s fun to watch them romp around.
I am now swearing off calves liver!!!
I’ve never liked liver, so I don’t have to swear it off. I’m not a big fan of veal either.
I’ve eaten both but not so sure after this.
OK, can a vegetarian jump in here?
Uh oh……sure! Play nice with the omnivores 🙂
I was afraid you’d see me as just another piece of meat. I hate when that happens!
You did not see me hiding the bottle of HP Sauce behind my back 😉
I adore baby cows…. too cute!
These were the only two there I think and just adorable.
That is quite normal, what a lovely old cow and her calf.. c
I was hoping you’d pop in! Care to tell us what breed these are? (it still looks uncomfortable though )
I don’t know what breed she is though.. sorry
Did you see the chicken post I did then? lol
NO .. Poo.. I missed that?
It was posted this past Monday 🙂
Hmmm…just started thinking about a milkshake!
Good one 🙂
She looks a typical Jersey cow with an AI calf…. Jerseys are known for good high cream milk and are often used for AI as the calves get good growing milk from Ma Moo…. butting the udder is quite normal
Thanks for the info and from the looks of the milk that was dribbling down the little ones chin it was some good and rich milk.