Upon further research. The home cows did not get anything but wormed this go round. I used to work em when preg checking at the vet. They are so spread out here that didn't happen this year.You vaccinate annually?
Is it inappropriate.... wait do you have a do it planner for your cows and bulls?! Hold up wait a minute... ya'll need post your planners so I can see ab example. Does it say... MurraysMutts Do it planner or MurraysMutts Farm planner or what June such amd such dates cut hay JuneI have notes for other cows but no notes of the bull with this cow. No notes for the other June calver either. Hay season... don't get to watch em as much as I'd like. At best, it could be a 5 month plus abortion correct?
Which is why I asked if it was a water bag hanging or just a white membrane visible.You may end up with a calf in the morning.
A minor vaginal prolapse I think. Looks like this:I’ve also had the white ball deal but not sure what that is.
That looks more like a vaginal cyst GB.
You vaccinate annually?
Safest is during the open period a month before the bull goes in. Bovishield Gold FP5 VL5 covers most bases, cows get a clostridial with their scour vaccine pre calving annually.Upon further research. The home cows did not get anything but wormed this go round. I used to work em when preg checking at the vet. They are so spread out here that didn't happen this year.
I had some issues 2 seasons ago. I suspect a couple bred cows were given the wrong vaccines and aborted 2 calves. But that's speculation.
Bull will be pulled here soon to go to the other place. Then we will get this calving window straightened out.
That cow needs to do more kegels. Their muscles get stretched and the calf pushes on their vagina when the cow lays down. It usually falls back in when they stand up.