By David Charns
WHITING, Vt. (WPTZ/CNN) - A calf born on a farm in Vermont has people doing double takes.
You can tell her those vocal chords, the hours-old calf is doing pretty well. Seven cows born at a Whiting farm overnight. The eighth was delivered with an extra set of eyes.
"His final delivery was a calf born with two heads. It just was something different for us today," said farmer Kirstin Quesnel.
Two heads, two snouts and four eyes, all wrapped up in 75 pounds of heifer.
She's clenched onto a bottle in one mouth, but in the other side, she's sucking too. That's because the farmers say she has one brain.
"Just like with humans we have some abnormalities and animals and animal births and this just happened to be one of them," said Quesnel.
The condition is extremely rare. The calf was supposed to be a twin but the egg failed to separate.
"We had the vet take a look at her earlier today to check all of her signs and she seems to be doing very well," said Quesnel.
The little cow is the talk among the adults Wednesday. Mom and her daughter are doing well, and baby is already trying to walk.
"Call it a miracle or call it unique, call it what you will, we're just blessed with this and we'll see where it goes from here," said Quesnel.
The calf has yet to be named.