Warm colostrum properly

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In a new blog post, Sam Leadley, calf management specialist with Attica Veterinary Associates, Attica, N.Y., writes:

"I received the bacteria culture information from a client having sporadic severe scours problems among a small number of young calves. Previous cultures of "as-fed" colostrum had bacteria counts varying from almost no growth to well over 100,000 cfu/ml.

We agreed to sample several batches of colostrum..."

Find out what the results where and what was going on in Leadley's blog post “Warming colostrum.”



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