Prevent scours in newborn calves

Prevent scours in newborn calves

RYAN CROSSINGHAM

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North Dakota State University-Extension livestock experts are advising producers to monitor their newborn calves for scours, an intestinal-tract infection that causes diarrhea in calves. Symptoms of scours include a wet tail, a puddle of liquid manure, blood oozing out of the anus, listlessness and dehydration. Calves suffering from scours will also have sunken eyes, and they may feel cool to the touch.

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