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Mon Aug 26, 2013 10:26 AM CDT

Question: We had a cow prolapse. She got a little ill when we were trying to get her up, and we had to get horses to gather her. We finally got her in the pen and called the vet. Before he got there, she started shaking, laid down and died. There was no blood or signs of a struggle; she just died. It was a cool morning, so we don't think it's possible she had a heat stroke.

Answer: I assume this was a uterine prolapse, and I would bet that ...

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