Colostrum: More than meets the eye

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Recent research suggests that other parts of colostrum – specifically, growth factors and
hormones – may play an essential role in growth and development of the newborn calf.

To learn more from Calf Note #167 – "Testing the lactocrine hypothesis in newborn calves," click here.

Source: Jim Quigley, CalfNotes.com



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