Few things are as cute as newborn calves, but a field full of them is simply adorable! When these calves were romping around in the field and grazing, it was too much to resist and the camera came out. The calves were immediately curious and they walked closer, stopped, bumped into each other as they stared, and paused hesitantly. But eventually they ventured closer and stuck their noses right up to it. Some of the calves even licked the camera. Soon, the calves were all wiggling and pushing, trying to get a chance to investigate.<br><br>The calves have all been born this spring and they are approximately one to two weeks old. Their mothers grazed contentedly nearby while the little ones played and explored. The new moms were mildly curious, but happy enough to chew on the grass and watch the youngsters from afar.<br><br>These calves will eat constantly as they grow quickly. They will also explore everything new that they find, usually with their noses and mouths. They live on a beautiful farm with very large, lush pastures for grazing, a big pond for water to drink and play in, and lots of other cows and calves. They are free to roam all day.
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