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Acidosis In Calves

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Acidosis In New-born Calves

Is it going to be a difficult calving? If so, the calf could be put under stress by acidosis AFTER a difficult calving, a calf can quite often suffer from a degree of acidosis. Acidosis occurs when blood becomes too acidic due to carbon dioxide build up. When a calf goes through a difficult birth, there is often a delay in the start of normal breathing allowing carbon dioxide to build up. Also, if trauma occurs, the calf's ability to expand its chest and breathe normally can be compromised. As a result, the calf's ability to blow out the excess carbon dioxide and breathe in oxygen is compromised. - Erratic kicking movement when the calf is inside the uterus. - The calf's breathing is still irregular 30 seconds after birth. - The calf has not lifted its head and lied upright in the first five minutes after birth. - There is a lack of muscle tone (the limbs may appear and feel flaccid). - The foot is not withdrawn when pinched between the toes. Acidosis reduces calf vigour and makes them 'dopey'. It also reduces their strength and willingness to suckle. It can also impair the absorption of colostral antibodies in the gut which leaves them less protected against diseases such as pneu Continue reading >>

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