Calves with Sam: The most common mistake in mixing milk replacer

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The most common mistake when mixing milk replacer is to measure out the final volume of water and then add milk powder.

Disclaimer: If you milk milk replacer powder for one calf at a time and each calf consumes the total amount of mixed product, then these comments do no apply to you.

For all of us that mix a large volume of milk replacer and then feed a fixed volume to each calf, this potential error applies to YOU.

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