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Calf scour

obovis

Synonym(s): Diarrhea


Calf scour

Calf scour is a frustratingly common disease, experienced on the majority of cattle farms in the UK and around the world. However, control and prevention of this costly disease is very much within all of our reaches. With a critical eye, experienced input and meticulous attention to detail, this disease can be successfully reduced and even eliminated from our farms.

Calf scour ©Peter Jackson

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What costs are involved with calf scour?

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How does sampling help?

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Example of dairy calf rearing S.O.P

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Example calf scour treatment S.O.P

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