The Cow was due to Calf about 9 days ago,and wee were keeping an eye on her, Decided to bring her in to the cow shed last night as she was just laying down all day in a verry difficult spot in the field.Decided to call the Vet and he came(a verry young lad)and a student Vet was with him ,a young girl that will be a good vet one day as she liked the job and was verry good at it.
They decided between them that it would be better to deliver the calf,and to help the cow they pulled it out in the end
with a special machine.
I will try and upload some more for you to see what happened.
V1---Outside the cow shed after birth, in about 3 minutes ,sitting up.
v2---The Vet investigating inside
v3----The student's having a look
v4----The student said it was alive and she managed to have the two front legs to the back
v5----She is tying the ropes to the feet
v6----Then tying the other end of the ropes to the machine
v7---Young Student vet working really hard
V8----Yes!!!It's been born
A male Calf,the Mother is a Belgian Blue X Ayrshire,and the Bull was Salers(Breed from France)
Then we took them both out to the field,and he was walking with his Mum when I looked out just now.
|Camera:||Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ6 |
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|Date Taken:||13 Aug 2013 - 8:25 PM|
|Lens Max Aperture:||f/3.3|
|Exposure Mode:||Program AE|