August 2011

Potassium sorbate preserves colostrum

Looking for a good way to reduce bacterial growth in refrigerated colostrum? Then you might want to try potassium sorbate, a common food preservative.

 

Please see link below for full article:

http://www.dairyherd.com/dairy-news/latest/114047469.html

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Colostrum Supplements and Pasteurizers

The importance of colostrum in newborn calves has been discussed at just about every meeting or article on calf health. The reason is simple—colostrum transfers the mother’s immunity to the newborn calf so that the calf can stay healthy until the newborn immune system kicks in.

 

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http://www.allwestselectsires.net/?p=512

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