The effect of heat treatment on the nutritive value of milk for the young calf. 5. A comparison of spray-dried skim milks prepared with different preheating treatments and roller-dried skim milk, and the effect of chlortetracycline supplementation of the spray-dried skim milks
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For parts 3 and 4 see Abst. 5133, Vol. 33.5. In earlier experiments in this series calves were given only small amounts of colostrum and reared under conditions of moderate to high infection. The 92 calves in the present series were given 6 pt colostrum and reared under conditions in which it was hoped little scouring would occur.