We get the odd calf with a broken leg, usually when the bulls get put in with the cows. yes, depending on where the break is, front or back, high or low, it is fixable. We just put the calf on the calf table and cast it up. We buy the casting at the drug store. Cow and calf are locked up for a week or two in the barn, then into the small pen. Calf has to be checked regularily for tightness, and if it is too tight before the six weeks are up we put on a new cast. If it's raining, we put them up in the barn too. So far all have healed well, but all were sent to sale as yearlings. I think we ate one as the leg didnt' heal perfectly straight and would have taken too big of hit at the auction.