I hope I can find her a calf to adopt. I stayed out there until midnight. She did not seem to mind me being there, but I probably was bothering her. I guess I wouldn’t have known what to do anyway. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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so so so sorry, darling. awful news to hear. best bet is to send the man to the sale barn or call that awful CAFO dairy and see if there are any bum calves for sale. good luck. xoxo m
Thank you dear friend. I have another idea I’ll discuss with you later. Just got home from picking up N. from camp (she had a wonderful time) and Lucy has three dead piglets and one is alive. I don’t think she has had any more and she is breathing pretty hard so maybe more are in there. I’ve got to go take care of that calf somehow and then milk out some from poor Annabelle before she explodes. N is with Lucy right now.
Oh I am so sorry. I understand this I have cattle too and have been through this. I do hope you can find a calf. Found you on A Rural Journals site. Take care and good luck. B
Thank you so much for your dear comment. Take care and thanks for stopping by. – Jamie
oh no. so sorry Jamie, so very sorry.
Thanks friend. I’m putting an ad on Craigslist now to see if anyone has a new or young calf for me to buy. Do you guys have one?
Scratch that request, my friend. I have another idea.