The 2020 newcomers

It's been a long time we had some cute calfies arriving here. Due to the bovine tuberculosis (TB) we had no new calves for the last 2.5 years. The last additions were Agnes Moo, Abigail Nosy Moo and Angela Moo in 2017.

Moo left us two weeks ago and yesterday was the day 3x cute new calfies arrived. They nicely and friendly walked down the driveway into the and are now happily mixing and mingling with the .

On top of that, we had some rain yesterday and overnight. Yay! Bring on 2020.

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