That’ll do it. Have had 3 abort this year so far. 1 after Tb test, 1 in the autumn in the heifers after being loaded up from their away block and one just before Tb test. Took bloods from her as the vet was here for the test and came back with nothing.One of ours was 3 days after Tb test
We used to get the odd one or two, always 2/3 weeks after the herd test. Which I assume was just enough stress to make them drop the foetusOne of ours was 3 days after Tb test
Totally agree. I would say about 80% of my still births/abortions over the years have been twins. I always mark down on the software the cause of death of still born calves and it is shocking to look at the list. It is just twin after twin.Off the top of my head, I would say the biggest cause of abortion here would be twins. I know this isn’t the OP’s case but just saying.
You give me hope for the first abortion.I had one abort a couple of years ago...then 8 weeks later it had a healthy live calf
There might be a clue in my suggestion for seaweed licks. It could be iodine deficiency or one of the other micro nutrients in seaweed.You give me hope for the first abortion.
The one yesterday/today with twins put down to twins and wave bye to the cow just incase it neospora or anything else in that cow.
Could be silage but I would hope not
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No there's 3 groups, twins from the middle group the earlier one from the leftThere might be a clue in my suggestion for seaweed licks. It could be iodine deficiency or one of the other micro nutrients in seaweed.
Are they all in the one group?
If not, could try it on one group