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A Cow In Saskatchewan Gave Birth To Super Rare, Super Cute Quadruplets

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Pop quiz! What's better than one doe-eyed, fuzzy lil' baby cow?

Kayla Lamport

The answer is four. Four doe-eyed, fuzzy lil' baby cows.

Kayla Lamport

A cow in Alida, Saskatchewan, has given birth to quadruplets, which is both incredibly rare and incredibly adorable.

Kayla Lamport

The calves were born on Kayla Lamport's family farm and she told BuzzFeed Canada they had no idea there were so many wee ones on their way.

"One day she was just goofing around so we brought her into the farm to check her out and we saw there were four feet in there," said Lamport.Lamport, along with her dad and brother, helped get the first two babies out before realizing there was still a third. They thought they were in the clear after getting that one out, but then the mama cow gave birth to the fourth on her own about a half hour later.
Kayla Lamport

"One day she was just goofing around so we brought her into the farm to check her out and we saw there were four feet in there," said Lamport.

Lamport, along with her dad and brother, helped get the first two babies out before realizing there was still a third.

They thought they were in the clear after getting that one out, but then the mama cow gave birth to the fourth on her own about a half hour later.

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"It was a complete shock. We’ve never had more than twins."

Kayla Lamport

They looked it up and the odds of a quadruple birth are about 1 in 11 million.

Kayla Lamport

They also bought another cow to co-parent and make sure there's enough milk to go around.

Kayla Lamport
Kayla Lamport

"They’re super cute and super playful," said Lamport.

Kayla Lamport

Being a cattle farm, the babies have been given tags: A, B, C, and D — though Lamport has been calling them Abby, Bruce, Charlie, and Duke.

Kayla Lamport

Good job, mom!

Kayla Lamport