By 10AM Jake called for me to bring him a birthing strap, lube and some gloves.
I arrived with the supplies and there in the chute is the feature cow from, How the water sack ruined date night. Jake said here she is the cow that ruined our date night last year.
The next minutes progressed like this. Jake assesses the situation. He finds a hole without teeth and a tail. On the bright side he did have two legs. I was thinking he had a chance to redeem himself from the twin death just a few hours before.
The feet were found and now Jake needed to get this calf out.
Jake thought he would check and make sure there were no more feet. Surprise, he found two more feet and a head this time. The final calf was coming the "right way". First two feet . . .
and then the head.
Jake redeemed himself with two healthy twins. We were talking on our way to setup a corral in another pasture. Had he not got this cow in and checked her, there is a good chance these two calves would have died also. If he wouldn't have gotten up early to pull those two twins that did die, the cow may have died. Jake went on to deliver two more calves tonight. The final calf he pulled late this evening was just because he wanted to come to the house for supper.