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Mon Jan 27, 2014 11:02 AM CST

Question: We had a cow that just kept getting bigger and bigger the closer she got to calving. She was down one night when we checked on her, and she could not get back up. We were going to call the vet the next day, but she died. We cut her open, and she was full of fluid and had a normal, but small, calf in her. What do you think was wrong?

Answer: I am going to start with an assumption that the fluid was in the uterus. If this ...

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