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    I'm out on the road a lot, and also live in an old burn. Good habitat. Usually see lots of calves by now, but not so much this year. Yesterday I spotted a cow that was obviously great with calf, calves. Must not have been bred the first time around.
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    Had newborn twins in the yard last week. One of them was a bull. Off of Macky Lake...
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    Cow with new twin calves in the yard last couple days, down Funny River.

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    Not quite calves, but in the past couple of weeks I've seen yearling bulls (developing spikes) that were VERY small for yearlings. Possibly both were late born calves last year(?).
    I've only seen 1 calf this year, so far - along the Parks, north of Willow.

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    I've seen several cows with single calves and one with twins.

    Every day I see grouse broods with none flying yet.

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