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Effect of the method of feeding colostrum on immunoglobulins in serum of kids

Effect of the method of feeding colostrum on immunoglobulins in serum of kids

Atti della Societa Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie 39(2): 426-428

Mean gamma -globulin and IgG in blood serum of 10 goats, 48 to 54 h old, suckled by their dams (27.4 and 20.9 mg/ml, respectively) was not significantly different from values (21.6 and 18.7 mg/ml) in 10 kids spearated from their dams at birth and given colostrum by bottle.

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