SHE miraculously survived the north west monsoon, and now Beryl the Brahman has produced a little miracle of her own.
The four-year-old heifer birthed her first calf Bubba just months after her family feared her lost to February's flood.
Raised as a poddy calf by owners Sally and Jake Webster, Beryl was caught up in the monsoon at Balootha, 100km north of Julia Creek.
With 90 per cent of their herd lost, the Webster's feared Beryl would also be a causality, but fortunately found her out in a paddock and led her to safety before the cold could claim her.
Mrs Webster said Beryl had preg tested in calf before the flood and they assumed she would have lost it during her ordeal. But thankfully, Beryl was still pregnant and getting closer to being a first time mum by the day.
Despite a traumatic birth on July 25, the bull calf, which the Webster's two-year-old son Clancy named Bubba, is doing well.
"He's a huge calf and looks really nice. He'll be raised around our house and become another life long pet."
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