Now I have a pretty accurate timetable for the arrival of our next calves.
If all three should have heifer calves (fat chance), I'd probably end up selling one of them, most likely Bonnie's crossbred calf, at weaning. The time is approaching when we will have to purchase our hay (not this winter, thank goodness), and we can only afford to buy hay for so many cows.
Now that we know for certain they are all bred, I look forward eagerly to the new babies.
By the way, it was approaching noon and the temperature was at 100 degrees today when I went in search of the cows. I was fairly certain of where I'd find them. It's shady, and there's a nice breeze there. They will probably stay there all day, moving only when their shade moves, and come up to drink this evening. They do most of their grazing between 6 P.M. and 6 A.M.