Today when I went to feed a heavy bred PB Maine was late for the feeding and a little “stand-off-ish.” I led them up, as I wanted to move all the pregnant cows and heifers home and move some cows with calves to this pasture and open the gate to the wheat field. This place is 30 miles from our home place. I hauled three trailer loads of cows and calves and clean-up bull to the wheat. When I hauled the Springer cows home, the same cow did not want to move into the trailer. She was the last to the lot by 15 minutes. She rode in the front section of the trailer with 4 others. When we got home, one hour later, as I wanted to be very careful hauling heavy bred cows, she did not want to get off the trailer. This cow lacks 10 days until she is to calf. She acted like the flashlights blinded her. She then staggered. I let her into a little pen and she stood for a good while. Then I drove all of them out into the main catch pen and gave them a bale of hay. She went and stood in the drainage water from a pipe break earlier in the day. She acted a little better when she walked out with the others. I have never had a cow to act this way unless the head gate was too tight, or she got too hot. I have seen sheep act this way with what we called “pregnancy toxemia.” We would give them a doze of propylene glycol. I tried to call the vet and could not get anyone, so I would like to have some input fast. Thanks.