The drinking water supply needs a sufficiently high water pressure and a sufficient flow rate, this should not be underestimated; the reason is that in the optimal situation the animals have to drink more than they actually need. This means that more pathogens are disposed of through the urine.
A calf's optimal comfort zone is an ambient temperature of 15°C. If the calf is not sufficiently dry, the calf will get cold and will burn more energy to keep warm.
This is not only at the expense of vitality, but also at the expense of growth and increases the risk of stress and respiratory diseases.
Learn the difference in animal behavior between a moment of joy, ("going bucking through the field"), and nervous/anxious and irritated animals.
It will absolutely help you in your daily work when handling your (farm) animals.