STAR readers are being urged to help name these two cute new arrivals at a dairy farm.
The twin calves are the smallest the Our Cow Molly farm in Dungworth has ever had.
It's the second time the Hill Top ice cream makers have welcomed twin calves into the fold this year.
Staff want help to come up with suitable names for the pair. Every cow must be named in a 'passport' which must be sent to the Government.
Dairy farmers are given a colouring book in which to draw each cow so it can be identified.
Visitors can meet the new additions from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 6pm.
Eddie Andrew from Our Cow Molly said: "Now customers go straight to look at the new-born calves before they get an ice-cream."
Another cute new arrival settling in is a baby chick, a cross between a Rhode Island Red cockerel and Light Sussex hen.
Log on to www.ourcowmolly.co.uk to suggest names for the twins - also leave your suggestions as a comment below.
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