One of our bulls and one of our cows just never woke up yesterday morning. We have not yet determined the cause of death. We did not discover them until late this evening. They went to their stalls in the barn and we found them lying side by side. I have called a rendering service to schedule removal. Once they are removed from our barn, what cleanup procedures need to be done to make sure that the barn is sanitary for our other cattle to go back in? We have a very small herd, and only one tw0-year old heifer and a calf about 6 weeks old are left now. The calf's mother is dead, but he seems to be eating grass okay. We have not seen him try to nurse the other heifer at all yet, but maybe she will let him. We think that she might actually be pregnant at the moment too. Both animals seem to have a hacking cough. We had to force them out of the barn tonight, as the calf did not want to leave his mother. We put them in a pen to keep them away from the barn tonight, and I will call the vet to come check on them the first thing in the AM. Any suggestions about other precautions we need to take are welcome!