Monday about 9:15 PST, with the aid of a fantastic veternarian. Ginger was bellowing loudly at 6 a.m. when I first got up, and this continued for 2 hours, with no bag breaking and no hooves showing through. so I callled him and he came in about 40 minutes. RibRoast was trying to come with his head first, which doesn't work very well... but he didn't know that! So, vet broke water, straightened out his legs, moved the placenta away from one of them, and attached the chains you see in photo. The whole ordeal took about 20 minutes prep. She was given penicillin and oxytocin, the latter of which was to be certain she'd pass her afterbirth, which she did at about 2 hours postpartum. It took about an hour for calf to be cleaned up and on his feet and trying to get food; but mama wouldn't let him and just kept dancing away. So I figured I'd better get in there and milk some colustrum out for him. I think she knew what was going to happen as soon as she heard my milk bucket clanging near her. I took about 3/4 gallon and ran up the hill to strain it and bottle it. Within the next hour or so, he took down close to two quarts of it. Ginger's calling now, so I better go see what she wants; getting close to milking time again.