3 bovine metabolic conditions explained

01/3/2013 | St. Augustine Record (Fla.), The

Ketosis, milk fever and lactic acidosis are metabolic disorders that can occur in dairy cattle that ingest high-carbohydrate or succulent feed, veterinarian Bob Kahrs writes. Dr. Kahrs explains the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders, noting that milk fever and lactic acidosis are emergencies, while ketosis can usually be addressed by adjusting nutrient intake.

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