Calf Health - Preventing scours with good nutrition
Ensuring calves have adequate trace mineral levels is an important factor in reducing the risk of diseases such as calf scour in young calves, as it helps their immune system fight off health challenges.
Calf Health - Preventing calves from clinical disease
Good husbandry is essential for securing a calf’s long-term health and productivity and for protecting against cryptosporidiosis, the most common cause of scours in beef and dairy youngstock.
Vaccination works to stimulate colostrum
Good colostrum management is vital for preventing scours, the greatest single cause of death in young calves.
Calf Health - New guidance prioritises scours protection
New guidance on vaccination to improve cattle health in the UK prioritises scours as a disease which livestock should be protected against by default.