Turns Out, Farmers Are Protecting Their Calves From Frostbite With Earmuffs, And Its Too Cute

@ThisFarmingMan_ shared a picture of one of these youngsters rocking pink earmuffs and it snowballed like crazy. Now, the image has over 170K likes and has people obsessing with the latest cow fashion trends. Image credits: Image credits: Image credits:  Calves and the Cold. “The extremities are most at risk. Frozen ears and tails result in changes of cattle appearance but do not affect cattle performance significantly.” If a calf freezes its feet, however, it must be put to sleep or it will die. WFDF2016 “Newborn calves are most at risk because they are wet and because they have a large surface area in relation to their total body mass,” Dr. Whittier continued. “Calves are not fully capable of maintaining …