Naval Infections

Navel Ill

Newborn calves are vulnerable to many types of infection and disease. Navel ill, or “joint ill,” is a common problem when calves are born in a dirty environment, such as a pen or pasture where cattle have congregated, or a barn stall that hasn’t been cleaned between calvings. Wherever there is manure, discharges from cows that have calved, or cattle with foot rot or other infections, there is risk of infection to newborn calves.

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