The school had at least 10 Jerseys due this month. Two were due the 3rd (Paulette and Sapphire). Sapphire finally calved on Saturday and 841 (not sure on her name) did as well. Both had heifer calves. 841s is a beautiful spotted creature out of Bold (ick). Sapphire's...well, look at the photos; I checked after taking the pictures and she does not have an anal opening. Which means she is going to become impacted and die from toxicity. Please pray for a quick death for it. It has already begun this afternoon. She is lethargic and wouldn't drink. Dad says it looks like an extreme case of RVC (Rectal Vaginal Constriction). The sire is a test sire (they use a lot of them at the school). So hopefully Don will report it back to the stud service and check Sapphire's genetic history for RVC carriers.