The calves seem to have figured out a way to avoid having to fight one another for a teat. At least 75% of the time, there will be a Holstein on the right, a Holstein on the left, and Gypsy nursing from the back. Once in a while there will be two Holsteins on one side, and they manage to work things out; but the older they all get, the more they seem to like this arrangement.
I can almost see them growing daily! It's remarkable to me that Gypsy is as big as she is, since her daddy is a Red Angus and her mom is at least half Jersey. She is somewhat smaller than the big, raw-boned Holsteins, but she's keeping up and growing just as fast as they are.