What would you say is the most beneficial treatment/ vaccine for new dairy calves going on milk replacer
Antibiotics are all from the vet these days you can still buy vaccines off yhr *****
Thanks everyone for the input, are these products still available off the shelf or is a vet required now?
The quantity and quality of feed is critical. A quality milk replacer should be at least 20% protein, 20% fat and less than 0.5 % fiber. The...More
My standard protocol is Nasalgen 3-PMH, Tri-Shield First Defense, dip navel with Super 7, and 4 quarts colostrum within 4 hours if possible.
vaccinate the dry cows 2x with Rota/coronavirus and E.Coli. Make sure all calves get 1 gallon of colostrum within 24 hrs of birth.
I treat all my calves going on a bottle with a 7way vaccine and draxxin especially dairy breeds those little buggers just dont have a will t...More
With our beef calves that become bottle calves (abandoned twin etc) I’ll wait to see how they’re doing after 8 hrs or so and if they need so...More