Bhakti and Balai were fantastic presents for Yashomatis’ birthday last year. The devotee that owned them was selling Bhaktis milk, which wasn't a very good situation because Bhakti was very old even then.
When she came to us, she was still giving milk and Balai was drinking all of it, that's why he is so big and strong. But it was also very bad for her because she needed all that calcium she was giving away in the milk, and that's why her bones are not very strong even now. We gave her lots of fruits and a bigger quantity of hay and grass.
And at first, we move Balai to another section but he moo-ed a lot, so we started the process of separation slowly. They were living together, and Balai was in another section at first few hours, then half of a day, then from morning till evening. So it was not stressful for him at some point to start living alone. We always try not to cause any stress to cows and bulls.
She is not friendly with any other cow or bull except for Arjun, who lives to her left. They are always together and they lick each other often. It's adorable. She likes to steal his food since his feeding bucket is right next to her section. They are like a cute couple that are always close to each other.
Bhakti has amazing curved horns, nobody else has horns like hers, they look like a crown. For other bulls, horns like hers make their head look smaller, but she looks like a Queen.
Everything animate or inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Lord. One should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and one should not accept other things, knowing well to whom they belong.