A Dwarf Hereford Bull Calf
An interesting case of abnormal development in a purebred Hereford bull calf was observed at the Stange Memorial Clinic during the first month of the winter quarter. This calf was admitted to the clinic on Jan. 6, 1949, and was six weeks old at that time. While not especially underweight for its age, the calf was abnormally short and compressed. There was a history of extensive bloating since birth and this condition was evident at all times while the calf was in the clinic.