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Effect of enhancing curd formation during the first colostrum feed on absorption of gamma glutamyl transferase by newborn calves



Effect of enhancing curd formation during the first colostrum feed on absorption of gamma glutamyl transferase by newborn calves



Australian Veterinary Journal 81(9): 549-552



Objective: To examine the effects of curd formation within the abomasum, on the absorption of gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT) from colostrum in newborn calves. Design: An in vivo physiological study with controls, and in vitro examination of calf abomasal fluid. Procedures: Newborn calves were taken from cows without allowing them to suckle. They were fed either 1.5 kg colostrum or 1.5 kg colostrum plus rennet, with intervals between calving and colostrum feeding ranging from 0.4 to 12.7 h.

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