Post by Jerseylady*Heather* on Feb 23, 2010 20:46:59 GMT -5
We turned our cow Bugsy in with the bull on June 1st took him out June 21st when is the soonest she will calve? While I was out there a minute ago I noticed she has a little mucous and her bag is starting to fill out. She never has mucous, and she is just starting to look floppy in the rear. Oh I cant wait, thinking heifer thoughts!!
Last Edit: May 6, 2010 20:24:47 GMT -5 by barnydhppy
Post by Rhein-O-Ranch on Feb 24, 2010 11:58:00 GMT -5
Windows 7's new calculator will actually calculate dates for you. Just plug in the starting date and add 283 and the due date pops up....Pretty cool.
We have nurse cows, calves, show calves, llamas, pygmy goats, turkeys, chickens, pigs, dogs and cats on our little piece of Heaven.
We are now selling fresh whole milk and mozzarella and Velveeta style cheeses along with fresh eggs.
Post by Jerseylady*Heather* on Feb 24, 2010 14:49:50 GMT -5
Hey thanks guys. This is her second calf. I took lots of pictures last year to comapre to. We bought her when she was close to calving last year. She still has a ways to go as far as her udder but she is starting to look closer. Counting the days...
Post by Jerseylady*Heather* on Feb 24, 2010 17:47:05 GMT -5
Wow Ann if you think about it like that it is easy. I will remember that for future refrence. Now to go calculate all my cows due dates. -Oh and I bumped her this morning felt a big calf in there kick back so we are definately on track for a March calf.
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Mar 26, 2016 12:06:35 GMT -5
lanbsemana2: We feed hahaha grass hay..same as we feed the horses..we have tried more than 2 squares but she won't eat that much..she does eat green leaves off the underbrush that's in her pen area but don't think that would be enough to keep her from eating hay pic sn
Mar 30, 2016 22:02:53 GMT -5
lanbsemana2: Will try to post pics tomorrowt
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