Experts say that if you test your operation for rotavirus or coronavirus, you’ll probably find it. They’ve been found on virtually all farms tested. However, whether or not these two pathogens cause severe, mild, or even no clinical cases of diarrhea in calves depends on your management. The key is to monitor passive transfer of immunity and calf-energy status, as well as to practice good housing hygiene. For more, follow this link.
These two viruses commonly found
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