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Re: ready for spring and some calving

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02-15-2013 06:17:58

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Case e, Have you made any unusual plans for caring for the twins? What kind of bag does this cow carry? I never had twins but knew they existed. I imagine it'd take a lot of TLC as one calf on mine keep mama dried up.

This year I have been feeding 14% creep twice a day and have noticed that my first year mothers (heifer's first calf) are self weaning at 5 months. This is great as it will surely reduce the stresses on the calves. They had nice bags for heifers too.

Nice pic. I think the little guys and gals are so cute.


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02-15-2013 14:49:33

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 Re: ready for spring and some calving in reply to Texasmark1, 02-15-2013 06:17:58  
I will give momma alot of extra feed and let them care for both if she claims them, at two or three months I will wean off just one and let the other go until I wean all the calves.

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02-16-2013 17:07:24

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 Re: ready for spring and some calving in reply to Case e, 02-15-2013 14:49:33  
Sounds like a plan. I had a milk cow that was a super surrogate mother once. Bag was big enough for my family's needs and 2 calves.


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