watery mouth

watery mouth

1. a prominent sign in toxemic newborn calves with colibacillosis. The calf is in a state of toxic shock, is hypothermic, recumbent and wet around the mouth to the point that fluid is dripping from it.
2. a disease of newborn lambs in which this sign is prominent. The cause is obscure but a bacterial cause, possibly Escherichia coli, seems likely.
References in classic literature ?
Yes, sir,' repeated Trotty, looking with a fixed eye and a watery mouth, at the piece of tripe he had reserved for a last delicious tit-bit; which the gentleman was now turning over and over on the end of the fork.
He said: "As part of the continued drive to encourage responsible use of antibiotics by sheep farmers and, in particular, the blanket treatment of lambs for watery mouth, we trialled STOCKMAX shavings in our lambing pens this year and did not administer a single prophylactic watery mouth treatment to any of the lambs born as singles.
coli infections, watery mouth and scour, a reduction in the loss of lambs, lower use of antibiotics, better hoof health and an overall improvement in the health and condition of ewes.
The result is a runny nose and watery mouth and an increase of saliva in the mouth.
Many of the dishes suggest there's a serious chef at work in the kitchen and the mains included - prepare yourself for a watery mouth - steamed pudding of six-hour braised ox cheek with mashed potatoes and a wild mushroom & green lentil gravy.
But other methods may yet reveal, with even greater precision, the one place identified in both Egyptian and Israelite records as the location of the drowning of a pharaoh at the watery mouth of the canal Pi-ha-hirot/Pi-hiroti, the very place appearing in both the biblical Exodus and Egyptian el-Arish records.
The set of nine health leaflets put the spotlight on abortion, clostridial disease, IBR, joint Ill, lameness, leptospirosis, pneumonia, scouring and watery mouth and vaccination.
It's not only me who is addicted to this sort of food but my family members also cannot resist eating the food at various cafes," he said with a watery mouth.
Dr Alan Reeve from C&H Nutrition says much straw was baled wet last autumn and could still be harbouring harmful bacteria that threaten lambs with diseases such as joint and navel ill, watery mouth or even salmonella and E.
Therefore extra vigilance will be needed in lambing sheds, and where lambing takes place outdoors in muddy fields and in cold wet weather, if the consequences of diseases such E coli scours or watery mouth are to be avoided.
The build-up of bacteria in lambing sheds can cause watery mouth, joint and navel ill, clostridial disease and types of enteritis.
During winter the roadside stalls are decorated with dry fruits causing watery mouths but when passers by ask the price then dry throats are felt.