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Studies on replacement colostrum for piglets. I. Method for preservation of bovine colostrum, its effect upon newborn piglets, and development of an artificial nurser for piglets



Studies on replacement colostrum for piglets. I. Method for preservation of bovine colostrum, its effect upon newborn piglets, and development of an artificial nurser for piglets



Japanese Journal of Swine Husbandry Research 16(1): 1-12



Colostrum from Holstein-Friesian cows, collected within 2 days post-partum, was tested for its keeping quality and value as replacement colostrum for newborn piglets. In the 1st experiment the colostrum was heated with steam and stored at 15 deg C for 21 days. 1 sample was allowed to ferment naturally (i), another sample was fermented with a cheese starter (ii) and a further sample was treated with aureomycin at 4g/kg (iii).

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