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Posted 5/17/2018 07:35 (#6764353 - in reply to #6764231)
Subject: RE: I bet more than we all would think....


SW ND
One of our older cows had the backward upside down one this year. I wasn't home, but my sweetie pie got the calf out. Cow's good and the calf was happy. My sweetie is mighty handy. She loves cows. If we have to pull one, we will lay them front legs spread to the sides, head in the middle, hind legs splayed out to the sides a little to balance them and their rip cage and belly are on the ground. It seems to open up their lungs so the have an easier time breathing. Hope you understand the description. They are exhausted normally and laying them on their side doesn't help as much in the recovery. It only lasts a few minutes due to the cow licking and such, but sometimes a few minutes make ALL the difference. We use straps, they don't seem to cut in as much as chains and we go above the dew claw on the actual leg and not the joint. Glad the baby is good to go.
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