Ok.. I am not exactly new to cattle but new to this situation... have a 14 month old (accident) angus heifer that calved 2 wks ago, had a really tiny bull calf, no problems & calf is perfectly healthy. Had them locked seperate for a few days & he got colostrum etc but heifer has hardly any bag & looks to have hardly any milk. She held her placenta for 7 days & finally cleaned so thought that had something to do with the lack of milk problem but it is still the same. He tries & tries every faucet & looks to be getting some but is now robbing off of another heifer & we have just let him as that heifer has more than enough to share. Calf still looks really thin & bony & tiny & I am sure he is still not getting enough. I know it's not a great idea to let him nurse another heifer. Any thought as to what we can do to get his Mom to have more milk?? Any advise would be greatly welcomed. We are seperating them (the heifers)today & would like to feed the cow what ever we can to help but not sure what is the best?? Should we suppliment the calf also? Have tried a bottle but he fights it really bad. Thanks so much in advance!