my cow has a runny nose and nothing else can anyone help me treat him?
It might be a cold. Yes cows do get colds. As long as the nose is not bleeding you should be fine. Keep this cow away from other cows if possible to keep it from going around. If this is a cow who was bottle fed as a calf then it is normal for them to get sick more often than other cows. Scratch her brisket and love on her. She will get better soon. As long as all it is is a cold. I hope that was helpful!
Cattle can get runny noses from dusty feed, or as a precursor to pnuemonia. Simply leaving it as a "cold" will most likely make it worse. You could give her (or him [???]) a shot of Resflor to help clear things up, but I can't say exactly whether you should give it that or Banamine, since we have no idea how old this "cow" of yours is.
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