I have a prefresh with 37 cows in it. On friday, it was more, but three cows decided to pop. But FOUR calves were found. Now, the females were all claimed and attended by their moms when found, but nobody was claiming the lone boy. The nost likely candidate for twins is this girl (excuse the mud please) Kandied. Now, things that point to this theory: Has a history of twins--4 out of her 5 previous calcings were twins. She is about 10 days early. Dried herself off early, didn't bag up much, has been wider than a house. No other cow appears to have calved The other two cows are not likely twinning candidates. Things that refute it: She ALWAYS looks that big Vet check at 60 days found only one calf, I asked him to check specifically. The calves are BIG. No obvious indication the heifer she claimed (or either of the others) is sterile. (90% of all heifers born twon to a bull are sterile, the vulva is almost always noticable deformed) We have missed cows before ( usually in Septemer, when the barn is packed and we have multiple a day, and yes, it is always embarrassing) The heifer. Not exactly a textbook twin, she is vigorous and solid. Most twins have a delicate appearance. What do you all think? I am stumped.