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Supplement or replacer; what's the difference?

Jan 4, 2014
Beef cow/calf producers occasionally will need to provide commercial colostrum to baby calves that are born to twoyear-old heifers with very little milk, or to calves after a difficult birth. Some of these calves are very sluggish and slow to get up and find the teat.

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