Tracy Wilkerson and her husband, Pete Hedden, answered the call to rescue a calf born April 7 at 7 a.m. at Richard Colby’s Mt. Mica Road Farm in South Paris. She was one of twins that survived, but the mother, even though she has had calves before, wouldn’t nurse this little one. Tracy raced to the Farmer’s Union to get a bottle and colostrum and brought a dog coat to warm the six-hour old calf for the ride back to Bethel. “Buttercup” will live at Gould Academy, where Tracy is the director of the Farm and Forest Program, until school ends. She will then move to Tracy and Pete’s farm.