Post by gardenofglory on Sept 12, 2010 12:19:13 GMT -5
I've heard all about bloat, but do cows get stomach aches occasionally as well? What are the symptoms? One of my cows will occasionally lie down for a moment, get right back up, kick at her belly, pass gas, etc. She showed me a nice cow pie so at least that's in working order. I don't want to worry needlessly, but I have not observed this in my cows before. They are eating free-choice hay and some alfalfa and grain, but just yesterday were let into a field with a patch of fresh green clover.
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maggiesherd: I've tried everything. Not eating since yesterday. Calved last night. nibbles at the most. tried horse feed, alfalfa and timothy hay, vit b shots, refuses molasses water. UGH UGH UGH. EVERY freshining is a PROBLEM. Could she be ketotic???
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