After spending five months together in the womb, the twins are accustomed to togetherness.
They stand together, move in tandem, and are rarely more than a foot or two apart when they’re out in the big, wide world.
They’re a bit more independent in the comfortable safety of the barn. Out in grazing pen in the orchard, the twins stick together. And they stay close to mama.
They do this all day. I know because I’ve checked. Wouldn’t you?