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Golden Calf Company introduces new colostrum feeding bags made in America

Posted by Dagmar Beckel Machyckova

March 23, 2021 Bloomer, WI – After ten years at the leading edge of colostrum management in the United States, Golden Calf Company is proud to introduce its new generation of colostrum feeding bags. The Calf Hero™ Colostrum Bags are made in the United States to ensure reliable supply to dairy producers. “While the pandemic…
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More Farm Choices: Is the Second Feeding of Colostrum Needed?

Posted by Laura Stensberg

By now, we all know how important colostrum is to the neonatal calf. But, now we face the question, how many feedings are enough? Is it just a one-and-done kind of thing or is there more to it? This is a relatively new topic of research and much still needs to be learned. Before we…
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The Life and Times: A Background on Pasteurization

Posted by Laura Stensberg

Are you thinking about starting a colostrum management program? Running a dairy farm is tough, and starting new practices on your farm can be difficult. In this article, we will begin with a little background on pasteurization and give you some reasons why you should be choosing to do this with your colostrum. What is…
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Life Choices on the Dairy: Batch or Individual Meal Pasteurization

Posted by Laura Stensberg

To pasteurize your colostrum or not to pasteurize your colostrum, is the question? That is a great question! While this is an important decision to make and I hope that you do plan on pasteurizing your colostrum, the next real question is when pasteurizing colostrum, is should I do large batch pasteurization (many meals in…
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Great Hygiene Practices Save You Money

Posted by Laura Stensberg

In this time of uncertainty and lower milk prices, every penny counts, and many producers have “hunkered down” and decided not to make any large investments this year. In times like these, every producer should focus on efficiencies and find areas where improvements will yield the biggest impact. You won’t find a more important area…
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