Well the weather has been down to -50'C these past couple of nights and of course, the cows start calving. Our calving barn is not heated, only by the body heat from cows which always seems to keep the shed at good temp. Anyways we had a heifer calve right after the cows were let out in the morning. It was sooo cold out that morning that within the 25 mins we were away that heifer calved and the calf's two back feet were froze. We got colostrum into the little guy right away and had him in the heated shop to warm him up. The question I had is when a calf freezes his feet is there anything that could be done to have gotten circulation back into them? The calf is 2 days old now and look's bright eyed but hasn't been able to stand. When he first was put in the shop I kept rubbing his legs and feet to see if that would help. But I'm afraid this guy will lose his feet so will have to be put down. This is the first time we've ever had frozen feet, so incase another incident were to occur, I'd like to know what other people do?