Friday, October 4, 2013

Two Headed Calf in Vermont

  I started this post by embedding the video on here. But then realized that - uh - some of you might not appreciate that. Hehe. But I found an article online today about a holstein heifer that was born on a Vermont dairy farm last night and believe it or not, the little girl has two heads. Yep. Two. It is the craziest, weirdest, creepiest thing I've ever seen. So I thought I'd put the video on here to show you guys!! And then thought better of it. I know some of y'all have little kids who read this blog right along with you, and I figured those little tykes (okay, okay, some of us "big folk" don't always want to see stuff like this either) might not want to see it. Or at least you mothers might want to see it first... So instead I'll give y'all the link to the ABC News article + the video, which you can view by clicking HERE

  What I wanna' know is, do they feed both heads, or just one? And if just one, does the other head get jealous? 

  Yeah, I'm gory. ;) 


Anonymous said...

That is amazing!!! I hope it survives, and is milked! That would be awesome.

Anonymous said...

Same concept as with the two-headed snakes you find, I imagine...even though there's one stomach (so to speak...I know cows have more than one!), you have to feed both heads.

Except with the snake you have to put cardboard between the heads so they don't fight...