Take precautions when warming cold or frozen calves

Take precautions when warming cold or frozen calves

Heather Smith Thomas

The Fence Post

Calves born during blizzards or cold weather become immediately chilled, and older calves may also suffer frostbite if they don’t have shelter. Any calf with body temperature below 100 degrees F. needs warming. There are several ways to safely warm calves, and the methods you choose may depend on your facilities.

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