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Teen Mom Chelsea Houska and husband Cole DeBoer adopt adorable calf named Todd and share video from their family farm


TEEN Mom alum Chelsea Houska and husband Cole DeBoer added a new animal to their family farm, adopting an adorable calf called Todd and sharing video of the animal with fans.

Chelsea and Cole, 30 and 33 respectively, introduced the baby cow to fans on Instagram on Tuesday.

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Chelsea Houska and Cole DeBoer adopted and adorable baby calf[/caption]

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The couple has an extensive list of farm animals at their home[/caption]

They posted a photo and a video of the animal on their shared Instagram account, @downhomedeboers.

The post was captioned: “Another one. Todd,” with a cow emoji.

Chelsea and Cole already have two of the same type of cow — highland cattle — on their farm.

The adopted a pair of the baby cows in June, naming them Nelson and Steve.

The couple has several other animals on their farm, including goats and a pig.

Fans gushed in the comments over the newest addition to Chelsea and Cole’s cattle stock, writing: “OMG” and posting hearts and heart-eyed emojis.

Chelsea has faced backlash over her South Dakota dream farmhouse, with many fans slamming the property as “ugly.”

That hasn’t stopped the former reality star from posting about it and sharing her decor online.


Chelsea has been decking the halls ahead of the holidays, showing off her progress often.

Late last month she posted a photo of her living room decorated for Christmas.

The picture showed two Christmas trees beside her fire place, with was decorated with pine boughs and stockings.

Her coffee table also had pine cones and bits of what appears to be evergreen branches.

she captioned the post: “Christmas decor and Blippi,” a reference to the children’s show which appeared on the television in the photo.

Chelsea didn’t wait to get in the holiday spirit, however.

She posted photos of her decorated house earlier in the month as well.

In an Instagram video, the mom-of-four proudly showed off a tree she decorated for three-year-old daughter Layne, telling fans: “We are going to decorate Layne’s tree.

“This is Layne’s tree in her room, it’s like pink (at the bottom) and it goes up to white.”

She went on to share that the tree was purchased on Amazon and the ornaments were from Target.

Chelsea noted that her other kids, Aubree, 12, and Watson, four, were also getting trees of their own.

Walker, her youngest, was not.

Fans had mixed reactions to the post.

One user wrote: ” Lol oh god a tree in the kids room?”

Another chimed in: “I did it for my kids. All those ornaments they make on their own, looking all crazy went on their own trees.”

Chelsea moved into her South Dakota house in December 2020.

This year marks the first full holiday season she’s spent in her home.

She has been busy decorating the home since moving in, but fans don’t always agree with her design sense.


Chelsea has been slammed repeatedly for painting much of the house black.

In August, she posted a photo of the home on Instagram with clouds hovering over head.

Half the building looked to be covered in shadows because of the black paint.

She captioned the post: “This is your sign to paint your house black.”

In an earlier post, Cole was pictured shirtless painting a wall black.

She captioned that post: “My toxic trait is that I want to paint everything black.”

Chelsea has largely ignored the backlash over her home decor.

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Chelsea has been slammed over her home by fans many times[/caption]

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The family has a pig[/caption]

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They also have two highland cows[/caption]

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