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Benefits of the administration of lyophilised colostrum or an extract of blood plasma to the acquisition of passive immunity in the newborn foal


, : Benefits of the administration of lyophilised colostrum or an extract of blood plasma to the acquisition of passive immunity in the newborn foal. 23rd meeting of equine research, Institut du Cheval, Paris, France, 26 February 1997: 107-113

IgG levels were determined in plasma samples from 45 newborn foals divided into 4 treatment groups. The foals in the first group were fed by suckling their dam (10 foals). The second group was fed freeze-dried mare colostrum (10 foals). The third group (13 foals) were given a commercial preparation (Bio Serae) of 55% extract of horse blood plasma, 13.8% cattle colostrum and 31.2% an essentially carbohydrate vehicle.

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