Serum protein content affects calf growth

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More and more information is coming available to document the value of colostrum feeding on growth and health of calves, says Jim Quigley, author of Calf Notes.

 A recent study, discussed in the latest Calf Note, #164, considers the role of colostrum consumption on the survival, health, and growth of young dairy calves. The study provides insights into the importance of the first day of life on calf health, and, ultimately, the profitability of the calf-raising enterprise.

Read Calf Note #164.

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