That bottle may be as big as she is, but that doesn’t stop this little girl from bottle feeding a new calf. Jamie from Ohio shared this adorable photo.
Leigh Lowery from Lake, Mississippi, posted the shot of this new calf with the caption “our calves are so fat in 2014.” As of January 18, Leigh says they’ve had five calves this calving season.
Zach Setterburg shared this photo of Janie and a calf, although Janie looks like she’d rather play with Woody than the cute calf.
Don’t mention he-who-must-not-be-named around this young calf. The calf’s owner, Kaitlynn Bewley, named him Harry Potter for the lighting-bolt shaped mark on his head.
This calf was born a Steelers fan. Farmers for the Future member MDL posted this with the caption “this Jersey calf was born on a Steelers football game day and we called it ‘da bus’ and dressed it with his number jersey.”
Someone is hungry! Dianne Marie Klinski shared this photo of Lucky the calf sucking down supper.
“Good morning, heifers…” is the caption on this shot of a Minnesota snowfall from Kari Hollman.
Look at that cute little guy! Ben Jones posted this photo from 2013 calving.
Michael labeled this shot of cattle grazing on his Almena, Kansas, farm “happy cattle.”
Here’s another great shot captured by Kari Hollman. This one shows a beautiful, black three-day old bull calf.
Four-of-a-kind and so stinky cute! Dianne from Caledonia, Minnesota, labeled these calves as “more anniversary gifts!”
See more photos of cute cows, adorable farm kids, and farming experiences on Farmers for the Future.
A compilation of cute cows and calves (and heifers and bulls) from Farmers for the Future.