Add the dry Calf Colostrum Replacer powder to clean, warm water at 110-120° F and mix thoroughly until completely dissolved. Allow the solution to cool to 90-100° F before feeding. If you are mixing Calf Colostrum Replacer with maternal colostrum, mix the dry powder with water first, then blend the solution into warm colostrum.
Feed the entire volume of solution as soon as possible after birth (within 2 hours if possible). Begin feeding calf milk replacer at the next feeding 6-12 hours later.
|Bovine Globulin Protein Provided||Amount of Dry Calf Replacer Powder||Amount of Water||Amount
of Warn Maternal Colostrum
|Colostrum Replacer||100 grams||350 grams
|Colostrum Supplement||50 grams||175 grams
Offer fresh water at all times
IMPORTANT: Follow feeding directions.
Every calf is an individual. The directions above are written for a calf
that is about 75-100 pounds at birth. Adjust the amounts fed
according to the calf’s body weight, the environmental conditions,
and the level of calf disease on your farm. Consult with your
veterinarian if you have questions.
Storage and Shelf Life
Store dry Calf Colostrum Replacer 100 powder in a tightly closed container in a cool, dry place. Best if used within 18 months of manufacture. Dry powder may be tightly sealed and stored in the freezer to extend shelf life. Feed mixed Calf Colostrum Replacer 100 solution immediately – do not store reconstituted colostrum replacer.