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replacements and strives to assist you
optimizing their productivity through
monitoring, education and consultation in
the management of newborn calf nutrition
using whole pasteurized milk and colostrum systems.



Nutrition

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Posted on September 01, 2010
It’s difficult to go to any meeting of calf managers these days without hearing conversation about “accelerated growth” or “intensive feeding programs.” These calf raisers are talking about feeding milk replacer at rates...

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Posted in: Calves, Nutrition
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Posted on August 28, 2010
Previous research in our nursery has lead us to recommended feeding rates for two of our common milk replacers (MR). White Gold MR, which is 20% milk protein and 20% fat, is to be fed at 1.0 lb of powder per head daily. Pinnacle MR, which is 26% milk...

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Posted in: Nutrition
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Posted on August 25, 2010
James K. Drackley, Ph.D. Department of Animal Sciences University of Illinois Summary Interest in “accelerated” growth programs for dairy calves, more properly called intensified or enhanced early nutrition programs...

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Posted in: Nutrition
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Posted on August 22, 2010
We all know feeding the right amount of good-quality colostrum as fast as possible is critically important to the well-being of the calf not only for today, but for its lifetime as well. We also know it's one of the hardest tasks to manage. Despi...

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Posted in: Nutrition
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Posted on August 20, 2010
Effects of Feeding Heat-Treated Colostrum on Passive Transfer of Immune and Nutritional Parameters in Neonatal Dairy Calves The first objective of this study was to describe the effect of on-farm heat treatment of colostrum on colostral bacteria cou...

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Posted in: Nutrition
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Posted on August 19, 2010
Batches (30-L) of first-milking bovine colostrum, inoculated with Mycoplasma bovis (108 cfu/mL), Listeria monocytogenes (106 cfu/mL), Escherichia coli O157:H7 (106 cfu/mL), Salmonella enteritidis (106 cfu/mL), and Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuber...

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Posted in: Nutrition
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Posted on August 15, 2010
Dairy calf gut health By Geni Wren | 5/1/2009 A newborn dairy calf has the world at its feet, but so often it all seems to go awry and what results is a sick or dead calf that never reached its potential. According to the USDA’s National ...

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Posted in: Nutrition
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Posted on August 10, 2010
The health and management of replacement animals are important components of total herd profitability. The productivity of the herd can be negatively impacted by impaired growth of calves, decreased milk production of animals that experienced chronic...

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