Two-headed calf found

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Posted: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 10:39 am

This two-headed calf was born Monday on the Heid Farm in Jamieson. Heidi Kirschbaum, who farms there with her family, including her husband, Eric, her parents, Fred and Evelyn Heid, her brother and sister-in-law, Eddie and Charlan Heid, and their son Fritz, said the calf was found dead in a field Monday by Charlan Heid. Heidi said it’s the first two-headed calf that she’s heard of being born on their place. The family, who grows mostly hay, corn and sugarbeets, also has a few beef cows in their operation. The mother of the calf is reportedly doing fine.

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