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Feeding & Nutrition in the First Few Weeks 
Knowing what to feed your calf and how to provide them with the proper nutrition in the first weeks of their life will give them the opportunity to grow into a strong and healthy adult. Get tips on when and how to start. Read More

Special Nutritional Needs
Special circumstances require special knowledge, and you want to make sure you’re prepared for any situation your calf may come across. Whether extreme temperatures, scours or other stressful situations are impacting your calf, it is important to be aware of how you can best take care of them during these times. Read More

Housing Recommendations 
Just like our homes are an essential aspect of our lives, your calf’s housing is an essential aspect of theirs. Make sure you know how to make your calf most comfortable using these tips. Read More

Preparing for Your Calf 
Whether you’re a new cattle owner or a seasoned vet, welcoming a newborn calf into your herd is an exciting experience and one you should be prepared for. Even though nature will take care of most of the work, advance planning and knowing what to watch for can allow you to feel confident in welcoming the newest member to your farm. Read More

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    What to watch for in newborn calves

    October 24, 2022

    If you are welcoming a newborn calf to the world, congratulations! Livestock ownership is a commitment with great rewards.

    As such, there are a few items you will need to add to your to-do list.

    The first 72 ho...

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    Do my animals need electrolytes?

    June 4, 2022

    From sports drinks to daily wellness supplements, we’re used to electrolytes being part of human health conversations, but do your animals need them?

    Just like humans, animals can benefit from electrolyte supplementat...