I have a 2 and a half week old jersey bull calf. When I brought him home he came down with scours. Milk replacer was too rich so I cut it down. He got over the scours and I have been slowly building up the replacer all the while watching his stool for runniness. His stool has been light brown and soft. He has been continually losing weight so I made larger increases in the amount of replacer I mix into his feedings. I'm following the advice of another jersey farmer who said he gives 2 feedings per day of 2 pints at each feeding. My calf has a bucket of water within easy reach and he hasn't touched it. It's fresh and the same water that I use to mix the replacer. He has a bowl of calf starter and a bowl of oats. He won't touch them either. He will only eat it if I put it into his mouth. Today his eyes are sunken in. I have started to feed him electrolytes in his bottle. He's weak, wobbly and emaciated, has a good appetite and is alert. What am I doing wrong? I can't figure this out. I'm starving him? He will readily drink a full 4 pint bottle of electrolytes all at once. Is that volume too much for his stomach to handle all at once?