Colostrum supplements and replacers; what's the difference?
Research indicates that the ability of colostrum to provide passive immunity to the calf is often limited by low concentration of colostral immunoglobulins, insufficient methods of feeding colostrum, and limited absorption of immunoglobulins in the calf, says Janna Kincheloe, South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension research associate.
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