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Karin wrote at 2012-12-25 19:08:26
Pink-eye isn't the only cause for infection, you know!!  There could be a foreign object in the eye that has caused an infection, like a piece of hay or grass or anything that can get into the calf's eye.  Definitely get the vet out to have a look at it.  

-Karin


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Questions about Dairy cattle. All breeds and all stages of life. I'll answer questions about breeding, milking, common dieases, antibiotic withold times, birthing, weaning, nutrition. Please talk to your veterinarian for specific health questions, or in an emergency, as I AM NOT A VET.

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