Meet Baby Ben, a calf born at the Vale Wood Farm in Pennsylvania with a giant number 7 on its head and named after Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who shares the number 7. When reached for comment about the coincidence, the cow appeared to have no idea what football or numbers even were. Although, to be fair, it clearly couldn't speak human and Charlotte wasn't there to weave a web and translate.
Carissa Itle-Westrick, the director of business development for the family-owned food-and-grocery farm, is hoping Roethlisberger won't mind.
The farm plans to display the calf when it opens its pumpkin patch for business next month.
Itle-Westrick told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that she's seen a variety of cow patterns over the years such as a state, a continent, and once even a Nike's swoosh.
Vale Wood Farms has been around since 1933 and while it processes its own milk and dairy, it doesn't use any meat from the cows.
Sometimes I wish I was born with a unique birthmark. Something like, I dunno, A SKULL AND CROSSBONES. Or a naked lady trucker mud flap. Then I could have saved myself the pain and money from getting the tattoos. But nooooooo, apparently I was stuck in the one-leg-way-longer-than-the-other line when God was handing out cool birthmarks.
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Thanks to Youtube Rhydonal, who