print This year we have had three holiday calves: a Valentine’s calf (Little Billy), an Easter calf, and now, a Thanksgiving calf!
Meet http://trisporttrophies.com/2020/03/30 Mayflower, whose name was suggested by clever calf auntie http://escapespamcr.co.uk/index.php?option=com_gmapfp Kelly DiPucchio!
Okay, she didn’t arrive exactly on Thanksgiving, but that’s probably my fault. I announced her impending arrival and a watched cow never calves. Susie waited til the wee small hours of this morning. We checked her late last night and all was calm. By this morning, she’d had a calf, cleaned her up, and both were ready for breakfast.
It never gets old!