Well, don't know how I do this to my self, but the heifer calf I bought last Monday night came home with shipping fever. Any way the jury is still out as to her breed (see thread, Bop, what is she) As far as I can tell she is about 8 days old. she weighs 80 LBs. Her eyes drip very clear tears, she has a great amount of sometimes yellow some times white sometimes green mucus coming from her nose. Not constantly, but a few times a day a big hunk will come out. She started going down hill Tuesday morning, not wanting to drink her milk. Now she is wobbly on her feet although she will get up and stand around for awhile many times a day. She has diarrhea real bad. The worst part is that she infected my 9 month old Jersey Holstein heifer. She wont eat much, but drinks a little water. I am most concerned about her, she is a big investment of time, love, and money! So for treatment.... I went to the vet on tuesday and told them the symptoms. They said just keep an eye on them (symptoms not to bad at that point) so I came home with electrolytes and a shot of Sel/Vit E. Wednesday morning at the vet again, got a shot of Nuflor for both of them. SubQ, so its supposed to last five days, they say. I have been tubing the calf, is there something else I can do? I dosed her with some pepto this morning, and since she seems slightly dehydrated I tubed her with electrolytes that contain live probiotics and lots of glucose. The older heifer is very mopy, but her mucus seems to be clearing, but she has stared to cough. This is all driving me nuts, I sure would be grateful for some advice, thanks.