The calf was treated for low blood sugar at about 9:45 a.m.
Her eyes was covered with a towel and she had cotton in her ears to minimize the stress from all the sights and sounds.
“There was initially a lot of improvement,” officials said, but at 11 a.m. officials said the calf’s blood sugar had dropped again. She was given more sugar solution.
At 11:45 a.m., officials said her blood sugar had been stabilized.
They gave her a bottle and decided to see she if she was able to stand.
Crews filled a stable with sand to give the calf better footing.
Before trying to get her to stand, the staff did some x-rays to see if she suffered any bone damage or dislocations.