I remember you joking about naming a cow Cubensis a few weeks ago, I didn't think you were serious.
What breed did you go for ?
I hope your fences and creeks etc are sorted.
& I hope those phlebs are in a safe area where the calf can't get to.
I don't know what they are called Sally, I know it will be black and white or white and orange, i like the sound of the white and orange one.
Its a meat cow so what ever meat cows are called, i suppose theres a few types though.
They guy she's comn from is 'mad hills' so getting strait answers is difficult, i will ask though so we know.
have asked for a smaller one from the calfs born, $ depends on which one i choose, am going for a pretty one as i don't want an ugly cow.
I re did most of the fencing when i got here thats all sweet, if she starts to wreck them i will electrify the paddock(s) she is in.
the sheep and goat and alpacas havnt got out but i suppose their a lot smaller and lighter.
am also wondering if i may get some mushrooms some up in the alpaca shit as they are ruminators also, one of the alpacas died a few weeks ago, i reckon brown snake.
had a suffolk die within 20 mins last year after being bit by a brown.
Yup she'll be no where near the creeks they are all fenced off as I'm trying to rehabilitate them.
At times i run the wiltipols down one section as theres nothing native there at all just grass, there wiltipols are very low impact for a cloven hoof animal, when all the suffolk and alpacas die off i will be replacing everything (apart from cubensis) with wiltipols as you don't have to get them shawn as the shed themselves, they are also really nice sheepies, they like a good scratch behind the ears and really love sheep nuts.
Herself will be on the other side of the property so le phelbettes will be schweet.