Canadian cattle farm welcomes quadruplets!

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Photo via Mark van Haastert’s Facebook Page

Back in April, a Canadian operation welcomed four new bundles of joy!

Mark and Erin Van Haastert of Tisdale, Saskatchewan made a discovery in the early morning of April 19th—quadruplet calves! Initially, they just saw three, but when they went back to check on the mother after taking care of the newborns they found number four.

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Photo via Erin Goodsman van Haastert’s Facebook Page

“They have defied all the odds. They’ve just grown every day and got stronger and stronger. It took them about two days before they were all up and walking. . . . They’re just absolutely thriving,” Erin stated, according to Global News.

It is not uncommon for twins. However, quads, especially live ones, are truly a miracle—a 1 in 11.2 million chance, according to Erin.

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