Drenching is a method of rapidly rehydrating cows by adding 30 to 50 liters of water at 37°C, directly into the rumen or possibly the esophagus.
Drenching is used in adult cows :
– Post-partum, to compensate for the cow’s lack of appetite, to prevent milk fever or to prevent and treat acetonemia
– After surgery or illness, to stimulate appetite when the cow is not feeding spontaneously, or to make her swallow medication or unpalatable nutrients (trace elements or vitamins).

In calves, drenching is mainly indicated in cases of severe diarrhoea, to rapidly compensate for water loss. Oral rehydration solutions are then used.

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