The Re-Treat Farm Ronnie, my love of 35 yrs - 2 grown kids Pete the cow dog, Casey, up and coming cow dog cats - Molly, Buck Kitty horse: Rex - mules: Deetz, Darlene, Mick Jersey/Normande - Camo Jersey/Normande - Daisy Jersey - Mary Esther Jersey - Bess various chickens, calves, occasional turkeys, pigs
Amiri, 3 year old Jersey should calve October 24th. Bianca, 2 year old Jersey, and Cazarina, 2 year old beef shorthorn, should calve a week to 10 days later. I might have 3 october calves. They are all bred to Cuso. He was black beef bull. Sire was a registered ultrablack and dam was a commercial red Angus. I'm hoping for all heifers. I'd like the jerseys to be red and the shorthorn to have a blue roan. I cant wait to see what we get.
Post by countrycottage on Sept 6, 2019 15:12:06 GMT -5
Buttercup is due October 7th, with her 5th calf. She has had 4 bull calves and this time is expecting a heifer calf (sexed semen) -New Zealand CRV-Roma Murmur KingPin. We are so excited 😆 for this little heifer calf.....praying everything goes well. She went down with milk fever last calving. We have our X-Zelit ready to give soon and all our calcium supplies on hand.
Karen 1 Beautiful Jersey Cow, 1 Baby Bull Calf, 9 Chickens, Lots of Honey Bees, 3 Barn Cats, 1 Spunky Golden Retriever, 2 Adult Children and 1 very understanding husband.
Post by justonecow on Sept 12, 2019 12:52:24 GMT -5
Bonnie is due early Oct, 7th 9th I'm not sure because the calendars all say different things, lol. She was AI'd on Dec 31. Oh, and this is her first calf, she will be almost 3 when she calves. Bred to Jersey bull.
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Betsie-Jersey Bonnie-Jersey (11-28-2016) Patsy Ann-Jersey (5-2-18) sold 2 rabbits (Preppy & Rew) 2 dogs (Rhett & Doc) (RIP Blackie) 2 cat (Miss Baby & Mikey) (RIP Curly & Milky) 1 grouchy goose, 1 grouchy Chukar (Chucky) & some chickens A lot of Nigerian dwarf goats Ginger-bearded dragon
claytonpaul: A bull was put on her herd Late Last May so she was expected to be due between May1 and August. They quoted me August so I wouldn't be disappointing by a late arrival.
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