She’s getting corn, and yes she’s peeing and pooping.What do you normally feed? Is she peeing and pooping?
She gets fed corn and hay twice a day. She usually eats, and isn’t laying down in the corner. She was bred early August, she’s a hampshire and sire is a vamp cross.What is her normal routine? What is her normal behavior? What was the breeding date? Breed? Sire breed?
She has hay, won’t eat that either. Haven’t checked temp, yes, she’s halterbrokeOffer hay, and no corn.
What is her temperature?
Can you take her for a walk?
Given her due date and absent any other symptoms, yes. Bovines seem to succumb to it days after giving birth. Ovines tend to have problems with a week or so before lambing. You can always drench with calcium, it isn't going to hurt and you'll know with a day or so.
Shes the same, her vulva is a bit more swollen this morning but that’s the only thing different.How is she today?
If she doesn't respond to the calcium drench, you can inject calcium gluconate subcutaneously. The IV method is for professionals as you can stop their heart with too much of it.Shes the same, her vulva is a bit more swollen this morning but that’s the only thing different.