Whether nature had outdone herself or had attempted a bovine monstrosity was the subject of much discussion in our laboratory two weeks ago when a calf with two fully developed heads was brought to us. It was a Hereford calf born of a cow that had previously delivered four normal calves. Mr. F. L. Hultquist, the owner, who lives near Swedesburg asserts that the calf was alive in the early part of delivery, but was in an abnormal position in the uterus. The use of a block and tackle during delivery was probably the cause of its death.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
© Copyright 1929 by the Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Essex, Horace and Huston, Marshall
"Abnormalities Found in a Two Headed Calf,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 377-379.
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