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Monday, September 21, 2020

Valentine’s Day calf born with heart shaped marking on Bushmills farm

Love comes in many form this Valentine’s Day, especially on a Bushmills farm.

Jack, Emily and Harry McAuley from Bushmills Couny Antrim welcome a calf which was born on their fathers farm on Valentines morning with a perfect heart shaped white patch on its head.

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The Jersey Calf from the Parkshaw Farm is healthy and will be called “ Be my Valentine” on its official paperwork.

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Pic Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia

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