No, not yet.
Do you wonder why Bonnie is looking at me like this?
It's because she's tired of me checking out her "business end" several times a day. Look at that udder; poor thing is lucky she's able to walk.
Seriously! And she hasn't even calved yet.
When the hollows next to her pin bones get really large, that's the signal to expect a calf in twenty-four to forty-eight hours. This is something that shows very well on bony dairy cows like Bonnie, but it's hard to notice on beef cattle.
I don't think she's down to the last two days yet, but it's been so long since I had Jerseys that I might have lost the knack for diagnosing impending calving.