... turns out to not be a free martin. We were getting ready to bring her into the chute this weekend to draw blood to send off to that lab in South Dakota someone had linked her. I had a funny feeling about the heifer, but I didn't know if it meant funny as in she's a freemartin... she does look like a steer from a lot of angles. We couldn't see any bag at all forming and her udder looked "lumpy" and not formed. Then, I walk out into the lane last Friday and there is a calf in my lane and it's standing next to the allegedly freemartin heifer. I was gobsmacked and was letting the profanity fly in four different languages when I called my neighbor and the guy who sold me the heifer on the phone. So, she was probably bred at 3 or 4 months old by the bull rebreeding her mother. It's far from ideal, but both are in good health. I've really got to keep her on good grass now, though, or she could get stunted.