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What steps can you take to reduce the effects of stress at weaning?

Farming Life
Some good advice for a crucial time of the year.

Weaning stress is often compounded by other husbandry practices occurring at the same time such as change of environment (outdoors to indoors), change of forage diet (from grass to silage), transport/selling, dehorning, castrating etc. The following management practices can help to reduce its impact on calf health and performance.

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