My husband worked his way down the alley giving a nasalgen to each calf to protect them from the respiratory infection that some of the other calves have. The calves that were sick were given a shot to help them recover quickly.
I stood behind the last calf making sure they didn’t turn around and make a break for it out the back of the alley. It was a quick process and we soon had the calves back with their mama cows. It wasn’t long before we had taken the cows and calves to a new field.