A calf named “Monty” couldn’t have been born in a more appropriate state.

The 1-month-old was born on Jed Ladd’s family farm, which has been breeding cows since 1979 in Alburgh, Vt.

Image source: WACX-TV

Image source: WACX-TV

What makes this the perfect place for the baby bovine to call home is a spot on its head.

“My first notice was the complete outline of the white with black. And as I took a few minutes and looked at it, I said, ‘boy that looks like Vermont,’” Ladd told WACX-TV.

Image source: WACX-TV

Image source: WACX-TV

Image source: Wikimedia

Image source: Wikimedia

Of the about 2,000 calves that Ladd says the family has raised in its decades of farming, the spot on Monty, a heifer whose name is a play-on-words drummed up by his daughter Meghan, is a “first of its kind.”

“I’m glad to have a cow that’s born in Vermont, has Vermont on it, and I’m a proud Vermonter too,” Mary Ladd, who runs J&M Ladd Farm with her brother, told the news station.

Watch WACX-TV’s report about the serendipitous spot: