Scour is the most common health problem affecting young cattle and milk-fed animals and is the result of altered gut function which increases the amount of manure and fluids the calf eliminates.

Calves are particularly susceptible during their second week of life. Up to 40%
of calf deaths in the first six weeks of life are scour related.

A vaccinated cow produces more antibodies to E.coli, rotavirus and coronavirus. The vaccine delivers antibodies through the cow’s colostrum.