She is definitely smaller and more feminine.
Betty told us how to transition Sue from a bottle to a bucket and we are going to start training him to do that this week. In three to four months, Jack and I will not be able to hold the bottle. And those hooves will be a lot bigger.
I dressed for winter weather this morning. Today it is 54F (12C) with no rain. Tomorrow the prediction is 39F (4C) with rain.
Many of you know that I am the quilter not the outside daughter or the farmer!
|Jack, Sue, Big Girl, New Calf|
For comparison, the new calf is in the pen with Momma (Big Girl)
Aunt Mitten continues to take care of the first calf. The real Momma has already moved on......
|Aunt Mitten and Sue|