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I had a 2 month old Holstein calf die this morning. He looked like he had bloated and he had a thick white foam running out of his nose and mouth. It almost looked like dish soap suds. I put some leaves in his pen the night before just for bedding and to help clean up the mud. He and 3 other calves were eating some of the leaves, could that make him bloat? Does anyone have any Idea what could have made him bloat? I have not changed their feed one bit. Could he have over eating disease? Any input would be appreciated. Thanks. <A HREF="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</A>

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> I had a 2 month old Holstein calf
> die this morning. He looked like
> he had bloated and he had a thick
> white foam running out of his nose
> and mouth. It almost looked like
> dish soap suds. I put some leaves
> in his pen the night before just
> for bedding and to help clean up
> the mud. He and 3 other calves
> were eating some of the leaves,
> could that make him bloat? Does
> anyone have any Idea what could
> have made him bloat? I have not
> changed their feed one bit. Could
> he have over eating disease? Any
> input would be appreciated.
> Thanks. <A HREF="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</A>
 
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