- Preparation key with calving season right here
- “These are for cases where calves come out and, for whatever reason, the cow isn't producing colostrum or they're born cold and they don't want to stand up and drink on their own,” said Dahlen. “Some of those calves will need some colostrum replacement ...
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- My milk was slow to come in, so my infant chewed on my nipples to get just tiny amounts of colostrum. The lactation consultants assured me that this was sufficient for his needs, so I pressed on.
- Beef calves born late in the season run a higher risk of developing scours
- “Any time there is a delay in colostrum intake, the calf is put at greater risk for failure of passive immunity,” points out Bobbi Brockmann, vice president of sales and marketing with ImmuCell Corporation.
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