Mary says she had no idea that her picturesque farm was home to such barnyard debauchery.
"I've heard of this happening on a dairy farm, where they use artificial insemination. They put two samples in and hope one will catch, and sometimes they both do," she told the Daily Record. "But I have never heard of this happening naturally."This dual-father fertilization, known heteropaternal superfecundation, is usually only seen in stray dogs and cats, but is quite rarely seen outside that.
The humans on Hazelbank farm don't seem to mind their cow's apparent promiscuity that led to the adorable, yet slightly-confusing new branches on her family tree -- in fact, they went ahead and added to the befuddling births, naming Christy's calves Christy and Kristy.