It was understandable that the calves would be a little hesitant to come
out for their morning milk after a night of thunderstorms,
a change to frigid temperatures followed with a skiff of snow.
I didn't really want to come out of the house either!
It's these extreme weather changes that make it tough on our calves and
increase the importance of consistent care and close monitoring
of each calf to assure health and wellness.
I'm thankful for the sunshine that warms us and our calves
and lifts our spirits during chilly days down on the dairy farm.