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When Jimmy Robinson of Porum walked into his herd of cattle to count heads he was in for a shock. ‘Surprise, surprise, surprise,' said Robinson, ‘it's just hard to believe that it's here.' He found a live two-headed calf laying in his field. Robinson said the poly-cephalic bull calf was born to one of his older cows and has taken food when hand fed. Caden Robinson, Jimmy's grandson, likes playing with the four-eyed calf. ‘It's cool and I've never seen one in my life,' said Caden.
well geez 1 1/2 is more than enough when it comes to heads I'd say