And soon after some man said to him "The cow will be apt soon to calve," though it wasn't very near the time.
When these pieces break away the inland ice is said to "calve."
And I say not that they do not calve sometime sooner and sometime later, much according to causes and reasons.
These Welsh heifers will calve about May; and they are just the very thing for a cottager.
The assemblage was a brilliant one and calve was at her best.
It was once supposed that the gastric juice of the calve's stomach was acid, and produced coagulation by souring.
How or why the principle obtained by soaking the calve's stomach produces coagulation has not yet been discovered.
They will continue to give milk till eight months gone with calf, or till they calve again, if you continue to milk them.
Farmers do not kill their breeding ewes in March, nor butcher cows that are to calve in a month; it does not pay.
And Mrs. Bumpkin pointed out which ones had calved and which were expected to calve in the course of a few months.