Calf diarrhoea is one of the most common calf illnesses and comes in different variants. To deal with it properly, you first need to know whereby it is caused. Is it a contagious infectious- or and non-infectious disruption of the digestion? With a diarrhoea test of Alpuro Breeding this is easy to figure out.
Additional products of Alpuro Breeding
Sometimes your calves have in the first week already many health problems. Alpuro Breeding delivers additional products.
Calf diarrhoea prevention
To prevent the calf diarrhoea, you can retrace the feeding equipment. Care for a clean and hygienic milk production and -provision. Also keeps the calf hutches dry. At Alpuro breeding you can come for feeding equipment that is easy to keep clean and well ventilated calf hutches and igloos. With that you shrink the chance on calf diarrhoea.
Examples calf diarrhoea:
Rota-Corona virus infection is an intestinal infection that by young calves (+/-7 to 21 days) causes diarrhoea. See also under diarrhoea.[more]
Clostridium is a complex of symptoms that especially at calves is caused by toxins of Clostridium perfringens type A, which under certain circumstances can increase massively in the intestines.[more]
Coccidiosis is caused by the unicellular parasite: Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zurnii.[more]
Cryptosporidiosis is a parasitic stomach-intestinal disorder caused by Cryptosporidium spp.[more]
Escherichia coli, abbreviated as E-coli is a bacteria (Gram negative stick) that as a normal, mostly innocent intestine inhabitant at all warm-blooded animals.[more]
Salmonella Dublin infection is a contagious bacterial illness that is attended with high fever, lung disease and/or intestinal inflammation.[more]
Salmonella typhimurium is an infectious bacterial disease that is attended with a high body temperature, intestinal inflammation and death.[more]