Category Archives: Baby Calf Care

The Calf Barn

Winter is rolling right along, and we’ve almost made it through the generally cold and unforgiving month of January. Truth? January hasn’t been that bad this year. We had a few cold snaps of solidly below zero, but this last … Continue reading

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One Month Old

Pepé’s twin daughters turned one month old on the fourteenth. We’ve had a mix of mild and frigid winter weather since they arrived, and fortunately they’ve handled the changing temperatures well. They are as big or bigger than the calves … Continue reading

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Much Anticipated Twins

Yesterday morning we had a new set of twins born on the farm. December can often be a cold beast, but lately the temperatures are hovering right around 32 degrees which makes for nice winter calving weather. I’ve been waiting … Continue reading

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The Blog Cow and Baby Number Three

It has been a beautiful start to November. We’ve got most of the normal autumn warmth of September, and I’m choosing to believe winter is still a ways in the distance. Last year, you might remember we went from this … Continue reading

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The Work of Worry

Worry is such a bother! Maybe that’s too clearly stating the obvious for the beginning of a post, but I will say it anyway. I know certain amounts of stress or ‘worry’ are valuable physiologically because they help us react … Continue reading

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