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The season of hope, when new calves arrive;

When temperatures warm up and nature thrives;

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When sleep eludes, yet energy abounds;

Everywhere, the miracle of life can be found.

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Calving season starts suddenly one day,

Then wraps up quietly, before you’re onto the next season: HAY!

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Here’s to hoping your calving season is going well, and is a beacon of the good things ahead in the coming year!

May your bottom line be filled with Black Ink,


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