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I had a nice conversation by e-mail with a colleague in another country. He works with a dairy farm that was having serious problems with calf scours. They were feeding milk replacer to ...
Introduction. Abrupt death of apparently healthy young calves is troubling and costly. In many cases, there are no signs of anything wrong with the calf. In the afternoon, the calf is fine; in the m ...