Holstein cow with Belgian Blue calf

Comments: 53

  • fabrisultanof
    fabrisultanof 6 months ago

    hermoso ternerito

  • Jose Madriz
    Jose Madriz 7 months ago

    do you have any Statistics of this cross??? how good the calf went??? and now a day how it is its performance if still alive??? please

  • uspjeh zvijezda
    uspjeh zvijezda 2 years ago

    Bad and unhealthy A1 Holstein cows' milk. It is bad even if it is organic! The best cows which give the best A2 milk are from the far, far east (India, that is, Bharat!). The unperishable dark shadow is above all the creators who created such an evil and who sinned against God's laws. PRAJAPITA BRAHMA KUMARIS WORLD SPIRITUAL UNIVERSITY  brahmakumaris.orgConsider Yourself to be a soul, a point of light which is already separated from Your body (it is, by the way, called death at this time but a death in fact doesn't exist because the human soul is the immortal, eternal being!) and remember God, the Supreme Father, the Supreme Soul in His Form of the Point of Light also.

  • No1HillBilly
    No1HillBilly 4 years ago

    For those that are disturbed by us normal folk that eat meat as God intended, why torture youselves by watching these videos? I would never tell you that you must eat meat for I don't have that right.What burns my ass is you trying to tell me I can't eat meat, which you have no right to do.My right to eat meat is given to me by God.

  • orangepeel dolan
    orangepeel dolan 4 years ago

    looking swole

  • noreen power
    noreen power 4 years ago

    calves are lovely they havent a bad bone in them and they are so therapeutic to be around

  • Jonas Andersson
    Jonas Andersson 4 years ago +1

    very relaxing

  • 18madre80
    18madre80 4 years ago

    cuddly , cuddly , cuddly , cuddly , cuddly !!! What a wonderful mother you have !!!!!

  • 18madre80
    18madre80 4 years ago

    They do not respect this poor sap of a calf that was just born evil carnivores .

  • unknownfox1994
    unknownfox1994 5 years ago

    holy shit that thing is a little tank!

  • julie sheme
    julie sheme 5 years ago

    plants feel pain!? great might as well just be anorexic,i don't like to hurt animals and plants :'(

  • CBinID
    CBinID 5 years ago

    Was a Holstein cow used for a mother because of the sire's breed? I've read that a lot of the BB cattle require cesareans. Baby sure looks like dad from the front!

  • Haggis Breath
    Haggis Breath 5 years ago

    That baby is sooooo cute, makes me want to go club a baby harbor seal with a new york city phone book, then run over some kittens with a steam roller........just kiddinbg folks, that is one HUGE baby!! When I retire that is the breed of cow critter I'd love to raise. I dare a pack of coyotes to take one of the calves on, much less a mama. Semper Fi.

  • gdyby
    gdyby 6 years ago

    @holsteincowboy Lead a happy life with a happy ending in a slaughter house, right? Because they were great cattle to work with - calm and friendly... no, this is too cruel.

  • gdyby
    gdyby 6 years ago

    @spamanon So show us this plenty of evidence. Plants feeling pain? What for? They can't even move to avoid it. This is the reason why animals and humans (verterbrates) feel pain - cause they are able to run away from danger. Nature is very logical in contrast to some people...
    To eat meat in itself isn't sadistic. Sadictic is how it's mostly "produced". You can see an exemple on this video. But maybe you're too selfish to get it.

  • maximum411
    maximum411 6 years ago

    @spamanon
    Hmm, you sound a little sarcastic to me.
    It's people like you who just stand around and let bad things happen, as long as they don't have to go against what they are used to.

  • spamanon
    spamanon 6 years ago

    @maximum411,
    I know, you cannot feel their pain so they must not feel pain. It is just your excuse to allow you to eat plants guilt-free. Heartless people like you make me sick. Poor celery.

  • maximum411
    maximum411 6 years ago

    @spamanon
    There's no evidence that plants can feel pain, dumbass. They respond to damage by increasing respiration, but they don't have any sort of nervous system and most certainly CANNOT feel pain. Animals, on the other hand, can, which is why they should be treated humanely.

  • melody cooper
    melody cooper 6 years ago

    So,this cross could mean less Veal in the long run!??

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  7 years ago

    @Jaymierr1 Looks great excellent quality beef. It is a BBx.holstein

  • thebowman2
    thebowman2 7 years ago

    iv you dont eat meat you will become weaker then people that do and you also have to take extra vitamines your not getting anough

  • TheExecutiveDecision
    TheExecutiveDecision 7 years ago

    @joewhite31 Yes holsteins (bulls and heifers) have horns.

  • spamanon
    spamanon 7 years ago

    @milohoff88
    I think your brain has spiders nesting in it. I gave no excuse for eating meat, as none is needed. I commented on the assertion that it is sadistic to eat meat, that is all.

  • Skydive
    Skydive 7 years ago

    @spamanon just another excuse for eating meat..eat boy nobody saying anything
    but atleast don't give retarded excuses for the same

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  8 years ago

    No Different cow/calf

  • Velktron
    Velktron 8 years ago

    Err...bacon?

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  8 years ago

    that is her passport number. Every cow in the UK has one issued by the Government

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  8 years ago

    ok unless there is a calving problem in which case i would bring inside

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  8 years ago

    Hi Madison, Thanks for caring about cows. No veal stalls here. The calves are raised at pasture

  • Rio MMA brazil
    Rio MMA brazil 8 years ago

    PETA fanatic, cuteness over nutrition

  • IluvABbeef
    IluvABbeef 9 years ago

    Hannesisnotstraight is sorta right...BB's have a light bone frame, which is the reason for making bones easy to break. It's not because the bones aren't able to grow as fast as the muscles, its because of genetics. PURE BB's need C-sections done b/c of small pelvic area realtive too all that muscle mass, and a large calf to boot that has already developed DM characteristics prior to birth. Hetero BB's though are far less trouble to deal with than pure, as holsteincowboy has stated.

  • Alexandru DeLa Valcea
    Alexandru DeLa Valcea 9 years ago

    We can keep them as pets until they grow large enough to be eaten by us!

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    I used a full brother to rudolph - Can't remember his name

  • spamanon
    spamanon 9 years ago

    It is sadistic to eat meat? Man I have heard of extremists before, but that takes the cake. How is killing a vegetable any less 'sadistic?' There is plenty of evidence that plants feel pain. Go join the Jains, and leave me to my burger... yummy.

  • DrawionKuda
    DrawionKuda 9 years ago

    cute..
    sadd enough some saddistic people eat this kind of beaty animals..
    go vegan

  • spamanon
    spamanon 9 years ago

    The birds chirping and fly buzzing are from Ummagumma!

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    No , Is there a connection between this video and pink floyd lol !

  • spamanon
    spamanon 9 years ago

    Pink Floyd Fan?

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    I raise the blue x holstein's for beef
    The dairy herd is purebred.
    btw the cow in the video is sired by Canadian bull Comestar Lee

  • Paul Darling
    Paul Darling 9 years ago

    dude you need to get this cow off the pasture and into the milking parlour! She's ready to FILL THE TANK lol.
    DUde, but why are you milking blue crosses?? You need to keep your milking herd purebred Yo!!

  • sfear3
    sfear3 9 years ago

    Very cute; one of my favourite vids, always cheers me up. Thanks for sharing it with us

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    They are a meat breed.. I have 2 blue x holstein milking - They give less milk than a pure holstein. The meat is very tender.

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    They are the most placid / calm breed i have worked with

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    Very cute and curious calf - When the calf seen my camera it came running to me to have a closer look and then ran back to mom with her tail up

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    Hundreds of blue x holstein calves have been born on this farm over the years i have NEVER had to call the vet to do a caesarean section. Most are born without assistance and i have never seen any with broken bones ! They grow very well and lead a happy life. They are great cattle to work with - Calm and friendly

  • J W
    J W 9 years ago

    Because over 80% are born through caesarean section, and they often break their bones because the skeleton isn't able to grow as fast as the rest of the body. Their muscles force the heart to work even stronger than what it's suppose to do, because all of them need blood.
    It hasn't been bred through normal surcomstances and therefor it's us who are responsible for it's missery, and we should put a stop to it.

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  9 years ago

    Why is it cruel is it cruel to raise Belgian Blue cattle ?

  • J W
    J W 9 years ago

    Belgian blue = animal cruelty

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  10 years ago

    We sell them about 2 weeks old. This breed is mostly used on holsteins in this area but a few cow/calf operations also use them on their beef herd

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  10 years ago

    Yes and also i use beef bulls on cows that do not hold to sexed holstein semen

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  10 years ago

    Janice, Bull and out of 3rd lac cow. It would be risky to use this breed on heifers as the calves tend to be large

  • holsteincowboy
    holsteincowboy  10 years ago

    In the last few years i have bred the bottom 25% of cows to beef bulls. This year i will breed all my cows to holsteins because i need more replacements.

  • cowman1970
    cowman1970 10 years ago

    I was also curious as why you breed your cows to beef bulls. I crossbred with other dairy breeds.