VAN ALSTYNE, Tex. - It's something you definitely don't see everyday-- a two-headed calf.
"Oh, it's unusual. One in about 50 million, I guess. That's what people say but I don't know if they knew what they were talking about or not," says owner Joe Stephens.
We're talking about a two-headed calf. He was born Thursday, and
Stephens says he didn't even notice it at first.
Stephens just saw the calf and picked it up and then noticed the second head. So far, the calf seems to be doing okay. Stephens brought him home to Van Alstyne to help feed it and give it a chance.
By the way, Stephens' daughter named the calf 'Ricky and Bobby'.
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