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Had my heifers carried to the vet today to get their bangs vaccines, horns removed and palpated, turns out one of them is 2 months bred she is 11 months old. I insisted them be away from the bull until at least yearling age, what is the chance she will be able to calve? I am upset that I wont only lose the calf but the heifer. The vet said the bangs vac may cause her to slip the pregnancy. She is a black angus bred to a polled hereford bull.
 

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Odd that the vet didn't tell you about the lute. Best if that pregnancy is terminated. Even if she can deliver the calf and raise it, probably her and the calf both will be stunted. It's just too much to ask to start their career at 18 months of age.
 
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