Ok, trying to figure out the cause of the calf scours on one of my three bottle calves. He is a auction barn calf that I got on Monday and the scours started on Friday. Normal temperature (101.2). He is probably a Jersey Holstein cross (brown and white). Scours are the color of buttermilk with liquid and semi solids. They have the smell of sour milk. I am feeding a high quality MR. Tried to give him electrolytes between last nights feeding and this morning, only drank a cup. Not dehydrated yet (skin goes back). I had been giving him 2 quarts like the other two, but he is the smallest and he only drank 1 1/2 quarts last night (first sign that he wasn't feeling well). Gave him 1 cc thiamine and 3 cc LA-200 last night. This morning I gave him 1 1/2 quarts and he wanted more after that. So what are your thoughts? It is that I'm feeding him to much? Bacterial because of the smell? My plan is to give him electrolytes at noon and 1 1/2 quarts MR at night. And continue that if he is doing better like he was this morning. Thanks for any advice.