Rescued calves arrive in Vacaville
Five calves, sickly and thin, arrived in Vacaville Friday on their way to rescue farms in Grass Valley and Orland and away from the 6-foot by 8-foot enclosure they had been kept in at a Santa Cruz dairy farm.
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Since: Aug 10
#1 Jul 10, 2011
If they weren't really sick before, they will be now. Baby calves are always skinny when the are real young especially the dairy breeds but taking them from the coast where it is cool and bring them to Vacaville or Orland where it is 100 degrees is going to put them into shock and very well may cause pneumonia.
#2 Jul 10, 2011
And these calves were not bred for the hills around here. The cattle we see here have two shorter legs so they can stand on the hillsides and graze. We're going to see these calves tumbling down the hillsides.
#3 Jul 11, 2011
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