JuJube and Josie are very fortunate calves who are living the good life on a wonderful farm in Ontario, Canada. It's known as ethical farming and the cows here roam freely, grazing on lush green grass. They have vast acres of rolling meadow as well as forested areas for shade. They can drink fresh water from ponds and they have a large and protective bull who watches over them as he grazes and does his other duties. The farmers here are as concerned with heard health and happiness as they are with the business aspects of running a farm and everything that they produce for their table or for the cows is organic and ethically grown. Life here is as close as possible to what nature intended for these gentle souls. The cows here respond very well to the kindness they are shown and they are remarkably trusting of their human caregivers. The white calf in this video is JuJube and he has been struggling with an infection that he developed due to inadequate colostrum after birth. His mother, Bernise is a devoted mother and she put in a wonderful effort, but JuJube is now struggling. He cannot get to his feet and he cannot nurse easily without help. The farmers and a farm hand have teamed up to provide him with the help he needs. He gets fed extra milk every morning and evening and he is helped to his feet to nurse several times each day. He even gets washed to keep him clean and healthy because the last thing he needs now is another type of infection. JuJube has been receiving veterinary care and he's given anti-inflammatories, antibiotics, and some pain relief medication. He's a fighter and he has lots of people in his corner who will not give up on him. Josie is another little calf who is getting some help. She was born healthy enough but her mother, MJ just does not have enough milk for her. Josie also gets a large bottle of milk every morning and every night, as well as all the milk that he mother can provide. Josie comes running when she is called, licking her lips as she hurries toward her bottle. As JuJube was getting his breakfast, Josie came looking for hers too and Dave had his hands full feeding both at once. These cows are incredibly relaxed about all of this. Normally, approaching a newborn calf would not be acceptable to a new mother and humans would be wise to keep their distance. But on this farm, the animals have learned that they can trust their people and they allow the calves to be handled without any concern. In fact, Dave actually helps JuJube to his feet and washes him while Bernise grazes contentedly very close by. Even if JuJube cries out as he struggles to get his legs under him, Bernise will not act aggressively. Farms like these can be found in most places. When looking for a place to buy food, it's worth supporting farmers like these who do their best for their animals and refuse to take shortcuts to increase profits.
Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting
Looks like someone understood the assignment!
- Entertainment Weekly
The show's shop manager broke her silence after History Channel confirmed the longtime cohost wouldn't be returning.
Kylie Jenner just won Leo season.
- In The Know
Being a teacher is hard enough as it is.
- In The Know
Woman slams auto shop after employee allegedly kicked her out over her 'inappropriate' top: 'I didn't think it mattered'
A TikToker is accusing a car inspection station of asking her to wait outside because her shirt was "too inappropriate."
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum put her most famous asset on display in new Instagram photos
Best of both worlds.
Go Inside Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo's 'Perfect Sanctuary' Home: 'We Didn't Want a Palatial McMansion'
Adam Levine says the home he and wife Behati Prinsloo bought from Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner for $32 million in 2019 is "a genuine unicorn"
Bill is worth $130 billion, just FYI.
John Corbett and Bo Derek have been dating since 2002 and were previously open about their decision not to get married
- Hoops Hype
The Los Angeles Lakers always generate a ton of headlines but this year, that has happened even more as they have added several big names.
- In The Know
Woman allegedly catches her neighbor's disturbing behavior outside her window: 'Pretty sure this is illegal'
She said this is why she keeps her curtains closed.
- The Daily Beast
Chip Somodevilla/GettyThe prophecy failed in December, in January, and in March. Twice.But now, claim conspiratorial fans of Donald Trump, the fabled month is finally upon us. In August, some of the most fringe voices in the ex-president’s sprawling universe of followers and adjacent conspiracists still seem to think Trump will be reinstated.That is, if the conspiracy theory’s author doesn’t reschedule again.When Trump lost re-election in November, he and some of his more stalwart supporters ins
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Before training camp got started, a schism was emerging among members of the Buffalo Bills over the issue of the COVID vaccine. At one point, receiver Cole Beasley and defensive end Jerry Hughes squared off on social media. Beasley argued against the vaccine, Hughes argued in favor of it. Peter King explained in his Football [more]
- NBC Sports BayArea
Evander Kane reportedly isn't in good standing with his teammates.
Online creator Chris Chan arrested on incest charge after leaked audio alleged she had sex with her mother
Christine Weston Chandler, known online as Chris Chan, was arrested on a charge of incest on Sunday after a leaked call spread online.
- NBC Sports Boston
A lot has happened in Boston while Jayson Tatum competes in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Here's how the Celtics star felt about the team trading Tristan Thompson and losing Evan Fournier to the Knicks in free agency.
- Business Insider
British military agency warns of 'potential hijack' in the Gulf of Oman as multiple oil tankers report they have lost control
The events unfolding in the Gulf of Oman come on the heels of an apparent suicide attack on an oil tanker off the coast of Oman.
The show has had to step in and explain exactly what is acceptable when it comes to answering.
- The Telegraph
The Olympic velodrome descended into pandemonium on Tuesday as Denmark and Britain collided on track, with the Danes controversially advancing to the men’s team pursuit final. The collision came just hours after British Cycling’s performance director Stephen Park said Denmark should have been disqualified for using illegal equipment in their qualifying round.