Well, she's almost a month old, now. We had a calf born on November 5th, at the farm. I'm a figgurin', in the case of SHTF, on bartering a lot - not a new topic here I am sure. Beef in Southeast Asia, as a rule, isn't all that good. But, locals love it. So, this is something I would have no problems parting with, in exchange for goods and services by locals. And, a herd of cows is also fairly cheap to maintain. They eat mostly grass, with some supplements along the way. So, we have begun building our herd. I'm not sure of the breed. However, each cow can produce one calf per year, typically. We figure to have four new calves next year (2017), six the following (2018), and at least eight more in 2019. That is, unless I get a hold of other stock by bartering or buying, before then. I want to have at least 50 head at the farm, which would give me enough new stock each year and plenty to barter with in between births.