Each morning as I am headed to the barn, I hear them mooing to let me know that they are fully aware that it is feeding time. Yesterday morning when I walked into the barn, Miss B ( as I call her) had her head stuck through the stall gate and was eating the hay that we have stacked in there for the pony. As I asked what she thought she was doing, she just looked up and mooed as if to say that I simply had not gotten her feed early enough. Miss D ( the other baby) was standing closer to the back of the stall as if she had done nothing wrong. Now, I am not sure if she had eaten any hay or not, but just the way she looked was funny to me.
They surely do have their own personalities. Miss B is very determined to not miss a meal and will attempt to knock the bucket out of your hand to get to her milk. Miss D is a little more laid back and seems to wait till you begin to pour into her bucket before she makes a dive for the milk. Miss B will drink hers and part of Miss D's if you don't watch her. She is the eater of the two! She is also the one with the worst manners. She does not understand personal space at all. She doesn't like to be petted though and I make them before they get feed in their bucket. It keeps them to where they can be handled much easier than if not.