Calves affected by pneumonia during the first 90 days of life are more likely to experience an increased age at first calving, a higher incidence of dystocia and greater mortality before first calving, according to information from Zoetis.
“Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is far too common on dairies,” said Greg Edwards, managing veterinarian, Dairy Technical Services, Zoetis. “Detecting respiratory disease symptoms early in a calf’s life can help prevent chro
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