I had a calf born this AM that will not stand, and has a stiff neck. If you try to turn his head his eyes roll like he is dizzy, and then he falls over and flails for a bit. I sent the mrs. to the vet with it, and got a diagnosis of torticollosis of the neck and possible hydroencephalous, which is water on the brain I think. The vet was a little upset that we had no appt. and the Mrs waited an hour and 40 minutes to get in, so she was a little short when she got home too. So I am seeking more info. Vet says the cow may have injested a poisionous plant before calving. What can I do to help him, he is a good size bull calf, has been tubed clostrum, has watery eyes, and a real pale navel cord. Breating well but won't sit up. Thanks!