Calves with Sam: Practical ways to chill colostrum

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click image to zoomSam Leadley, Attica Veterinary AssociatesSam Leadley, Attica Veterinary Associates One way to reduce the frequency of scours among young calves is to feed clean colostrum. As a best management practice, we want to feed colostrum before bacteria in it can multiply - a practical goal is within one-half hour after it is collected.

Sam Leadley with the Attica (N.Y.) Veterinary Associates lists several ways to chilling colostrum. Click here to read more.



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