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Lindsay D., 1900 Cows, Brillion, WI

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  At Golden Calf Company we try and ensure that our Customers are satisfied and taken care of. Lindsay, in Brillion Wisconsin really likes the Coloquick System and one thing that she finds important is ensuring that the maintenance upkeep occurs consistently so that there are no breaks in daily protocols. “We like that the…
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Linda B., 700 cows, Medford, WI

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Brandner Dairy started in the year 1979 with 35 cows and has grown to have 700 cows. Linda is the owner and described how they have workers (milkers) that are trained in using the pasteurizer and are responsible for feeding the calves. The newborn calves get fed soon after birth and this is made possible…
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Roger H., 500 cows, Manitowoc, WI

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          Cloveredge Farms is a family owned farm in which Roger and/or his daughter both care for the newborn calves. When asked what the old protocol was before purchasing the ColoQuick Colostrum Management System, Roger referred back to when they used to keep the colostrum in a refrigerator. He said that it didn’t work out…
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Paul R., 1450 cows, Rice Lake, WI

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          Paul owns a Golden Calf Company Thaw Unit and Refractometer. He uses the Refractometer to test the colostrum. “We are able to separate high quality colostrum from poorer quality colostrum and store it accordingly. This helps significantly with calf health.” When I asked what he likes about the Thaw Unit, Paul said that he…
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Wes V., 100 Cows (Milking), Junction City, WI

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Wes has been a ColoQuick customer since May 30th, 2015. He said “I specifically remember the date we purchased and starting using the ColoQuick system because we nearly immediately noticed a huge improvement in the health of our newborn calves.” Wes presently uses our pasteurizer unit, a thaw unit, a refractometer and a freezer. Wes…
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