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Blood Serum Total Proteins

Are milk and colostrum even related? (Golden Calf for Progressive Dairyman)

Posted by Dagmar Beckel Machyckova

“That depends,” you say. “Are you talking about comparing the two liquids or whether colostrum feeding affects future production?” “Both,” I say. Comparing colostrum to milk components Colostrum is notorious for containing high levels of immunoglobulins. At 85 to 90 percent, the most prevalent one is immunoglobulin G (IgG), a large Y-shaped protein produced by…
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HOT World Dairy Expo Deals!

Posted by Dagmar Beckel Machyckova

  Are you wondering what you can get forFREE at World Dairy Expo this year? The answer is ice cream! Stop by our booth in the lower level of the coliseum and get FREE ICE CREAM.  Your taste buds will be satisfied while you can ask questions about calf care and colostrum. Take a minute to chat…
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Rodney and Dorothy, 2,000 cows, Lake Nordeen, SD

Posted by Dagmar Beckel Machyckova

“We operate a 2,000 cow dairy which requires a large crew of employees to run smoothly. There are six  people who work on the herd team who will be involved in a newborn calf’s care within the first 24 hours. We purchased the ColoQuick to have a proper protocol for managing colostrum and reduce opportunity…
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