As nights get longer, and temperatures drop, there is a higher risk of grass tetany in suckler cows.
This is even more likely where there is a lot of clover in the grazing sward.
Clover has also caused significant incidences of bloat lately. The simplest way to avoid unnecessary losses from tetany is to provide magnesium licks for cows with calves at foot. Pay particular attention to fresh calvers. still be there in the next round. The rotation length should be approaching 35 days now, in order to have enough grass for at least one more rotation.