Angus Woods: Who’s in charge, the cows or the farmer? – and late-born calves can be more trouble than they’re worth

The breeding bulls are out with their cows and heifers and the portions are recorded. The plan is to keep her in for eight weeks and no longer.

We lamb the ewes and calve the cows at the same time, making sleep a valuable commodity. But the lengthening of the calving season makes it difficult to monitor one or two cows long after the others are happily grazing with their calves.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/comment/angus-woods-whos-in-charge-the-cows-or-the-farmer-and-late-born-calves-can-be-more-trouble-than-theyre-worth-41619981.html Angus Woods: Who’s in charge, the cows or the farmer? – and late-born calves can be more trouble than they’re worth

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