So, I'm sure we all have some interesting calving stories as it's the busiest time of the year, I thought it would be fun to share. I'll start. So last year during a blizzard, I had the night shift for calving and about 3 am saw a calf born earlier that day that looked like he was getting pretty cold, some handle it better than others. I woke up my husband and we went for a middle of the night calf-napping trip. We went to the calf and my husband grabbed one end, I the other and started to put it in the pickup, it fought more than it should had for being so cold. The angry cow soon followed as I went diving into the bed of the pickup, my face hit right on a frozen pile of calf poo, my husband still trying to situate the calf. We drove back to the house and left it in the pickup with the heat on to warm up. Usually they just lie there till they're dry and then we put the, in the barn with their mothers. This one wasn't as cold as I thought because when I came out at four am it was standing on the seat, and my pickup looked like this: next time they fight that hard I'm taking them to the barn.