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Controlled studies of various treatments for neonatal calf diarrhoea in calves of known immunoglobulin levels



Controlled studies of various treatments for neonatal calf diarrhoea in calves of known immunoglobulin levels



Veterinary Record 107(11): 245-248



The effects of whole blood transfusions (trial 1), balanced fluid replacement therapy (trial 2) and fluids plus antibiotics (trial 3) on spontaneously occurring diarrhoea were studied under controlled experimental situations using newborn calves of known immunological status, as determined by their zinc sulphate turbidity (ZST) levels. Market Ayrshire or Ayrshire cross Friesian calves were chosen with ZST values between 5 and 15 units.

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