We had a set of twins born a few days ago. We brought them up to the barn so we could make sure they were both eating and doing okay - and they are. One was a bit weak, so part way home the men loaded her up in the little pickup and I gave her a ride to the barn.
This calf is a Charolais cross. In this case, the mother is a black white-face cow (Hereford/Angus cross). She was bred by a Charolais bull. We will sell this calf in mid-January. She will make awesome steaks for someone!
Our son and his girlfriend own this mule. She hangs out with their horses. Mavis likes to be petted and will follow us around when possible. She is supposedly saddle broke, but so far no one here has dared to find out!! I was hoping she would be in the pasture with the cows and new calves. They say mules will help keep the coyotes away and we have way too many coyotes around here. Coyotes will kill & eat a young calf so they are a concern.