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Learning the ins and outs of birthing a calf

School teaches solutions to on-the-ground problems

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Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2012 12:00 am

Jim Zeller, of Klamath Falls, got some hands-on experience learning how to assist a calf during birth at the Oregon State University Extension Service calving school during the Ag Expo last Friday.

Zeller pulled on elbow-length OB gloves, looped a calving chain around his hand, and reached into a metal mechanism that imitates the birth canal of a cow.

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