The Lazy TV Ranch built a 60-by-120-foot calving barn that will hold 250 to 300 head.
A 100-foot-long catwalk runs the length of the calving barn.
Vaughn Thorstenson, co-owner of the Lazy TV Ranch, check cows from the catwalk with disturbing them.
Cows are placed in individual pens with their newborn calves for 24 to 48 hours to help get the calves dry off and nurse.
Vaughn Thorstenson checks views from 10 different cameras in the barn.
It’s as important to feed the underground livestock on your farm as it is to feed the above-ground livestock on your farm.