How to manage the high-risk newborn

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Dystocia calves are 3.8 times more likely to develop other disease, says Sheila McGuirk, veterinarian at the University of Wisconsin. McGuirk outlined components of a “basic care package” for high-risk newborns during a UW-Extension Dairy Team seminar this fall. For more details, click here.



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