This was first published March 27, 2012. P.S. That annoying sound in the video is my camera!
Are you ready?
Here is the birth of the calf that I teased you with the other day.
I did not edit this, because I wanted you to see the delivery in real time. This is cow 437 (though I had told Vernon 431… oops!) and so this should be her 7th calf.
Just squirt ’em right out.
Well, ok… after being in labor a while…
After filming my Vlog, I had walked to the Durango and thought, “Hmmm… I wonder how close she is?”
She had been laying down when I arrived to film, and only when she stood up during filming did I notice the water sac.
I started the car, rolled down the window, and started to film. Once I zoomed in, I could see she was close, so I stayed. Sure enough, it wasn’t long til she pushed the head out, then the rib cage.
I left my car then, trying to get closer to make sure the sac was off of its nose so it could breathe. blehblehbleh, yucky jumpy video… but then, whoosh! I paused and zoomed in again, and could see the eye blinking and the sac was gone… so I just stopped and let momma do her thing.
You can hear the guys coming on the four wheeler for their afternoon rounds… a few minutes later they were checking out “my” baby!
We had good timing, folks!Find me here!
2 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: Good Timing, v.2.0”
That cow made it look so easy!
So what was it? Male or female?
New birth is always amazing.