A 12-year-old Limousin-cross cow gave birth to quad calves in Scotland on Saturday, April 20th.
Brian Omand – who farms in Orkney, Scotland alongside his brother Bruce and son Liam – said the breeding female delivered the three bulls and one heifer calves without assistance.
The progeny are sired by the herd’s Aberdeen-Angus stock bull.
Omand said he knew by their presentation that the cow was having multiple calves.
Experts claim that the chances of quad being born and surviving are one in 11 million.
Video by BBC Radio Orkney
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