Multiple births are more common than ever mostly thanks to artificial insemination. But when more than one baby shares the womb, they usually turn out a bit smaller than usual. There’s only so many nutrients to go around. As it turns out, the same thing happens in the animal kingdom where the chance of having multiple healthy babies is far lower. When Jimmy Barling’s cow began to show signs of labor, he had absolutely no idea what was coming next. Out popped 4 calves, which happens to be incredibly rare! A 1 in 11.2 million chance. The calves are only 25 pound, instead of the usual 75 at the time of birth. And their names are Eeny, Meeny, Miny and Moo. How cute is that?
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