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1. On average, how often do you pick-up calves?

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1. On average, how often do you pick-up calves?

2. Does your calf rearer have any previous experience rearing calves?

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2. Does your calf rearer have any previous experience rearing calves?

3. What do you feed newborn (under 24 hours old) bobby calves?

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3. What do you feed newborn (under 24 hours old) bobby calves?

4. What do you feed newborn (under 24 hours old) replacement calves?

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4. What do you feed newborn (under 24 hours old) replacement calves?

5. Within how many hours of birth do you first feed calves?

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5. Within how many hours of birth do you first feed calves?

This will depend on how often you pick up calves (i.e. Once a day pick-ups probably feed calves within 24 hours)

6. Do you use a brix refractometer to test colostrum quality?

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6. Do you use a brix refractometer to test colostrum quality?

7. Do you refrigerate or preserve gold colostrum to maintain quality?

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7. Do you refrigerate or preserve gold colostrum to maintain quality?

8. Do you refrigerate or preserve mixed colostrum to maintain quality?

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8. Do you refrigerate or preserve mixed colostrum to maintain quality?

9. Do you feed red/antibiotic milk to calves of any age?

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9. Do you feed red/antibiotic milk to calves of any age?

10. Is water available at the calf shed for both heifers and bobbies?

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10. Is water available at the calf shed for both heifers and bobbies?

11. How many deaths (including bobbies) did you have in the calf shed last season due to injury, sickness, or disease?

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11. How many deaths (including bobbies) did you have in the calf shed last season due to injury, sickness, or disease?

12. Do you vaccinate against Rotavirus?

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12. Do you vaccinate against Rotavirus?