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RedBeau-$2000

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RedBeau-$2000

1,000.00
sold out

Redbeau is the son of Sister, a first time Mom, and Honest Abel of Bogle Farms. Sister is silver in color and Abe is brown and very short and stocky- he comes from very well respected lines. Red was born on March 30th, 2018. He was found moments after being born without breath. We were able to revive him and he has been fit as a fiddle ever since! If you would like to see the videos of the day he was born, please see our Instagram page.

Because his Mom didn’t know quite what to do, we bottle fed Red and he lived inside of our house for several months. Recently when our vet came to vaccinate the herd, he mentioned that Red looked like a dwarf cow. As the months pass and I see three week old calves outgrowing him, I believe this may be the case. He is very small with a pot belly. As he has grown he has gotten a bit more ‘ribby’ looking, but still maintains that big belly! He has been vet checked and is fully vaccinated and wormed. Red has not been dehorned, so the new owner would need to do so. Red has been weaned from the bottle and now eats grain and good quality hay. He is so small that you will need to have proper fencing-heck, a dog run might work best for him!

I do not know about the longevity of dwarf animals, if he is this, but I can say that since his first day and that rough start, he has always been healthy and playful. Red loves to play chase and loves to cuddle. He does not mind being picked up and he weighs maybe 30 pounds?

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Redbeau is the son of Sister, a first time Mom, and Honest Abel of Bogle Farms. Sister is silver in color and Abe is brown and very short and stocky- he comes from very well respected lines. Red was born on March 30th, 2018. He was found moments after being born without breath. We were able to revive him and he has been fit as a fiddle ever since! If you would like to see the videos of the day he was born, please see our Instagram page.

Because his Mom didn’t know quite what to do, we bottle fed Red and he lived inside of our house for several months. Recently when our vet came to vaccinate the herd, he mentioned that Red looked like a dwarf cow. As the months pass and I see three week old calves outgrowing him, I believe this may be the case. He is very small with a pot belly. As he has grown he has gotten a bit more ‘ribby’ looking, but still maintains that big belly! He has been vet checked and is fully vaccinated and wormed. Red has not been dehorned, so the new owner would need to do so. Red has been weaned from the bottle and now eats grain and good quality hay. He is so small that you will need to have proper fencing-heck, a dog run might work best for him!

I do not know about the longevity of dwarf animals, if he is this, but I can say that since his first day and that rough start, he has always been healthy and playful. Red loves to play chase and loves to cuddle. He does not mind being picked up and he weighs maybe 30 pounds?