DuMOR Blue Ribbon Calf Colostrum Supplement, 12.35 oz. at Tractor Supply Co.
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DuMOR Blue Ribbon Calf Colostrum Supplement, 12.35 oz.

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Nutritionally Complete Colostrum Supplement

Nurse your calves the way their bodies want and need. DuMOR Blue Ribbon Calf Colostrum Supplement is a high-quality milk supplement that contains everything your calf needs to grow and develop naturally. Formulated specifically for baby calves this recipe provides the same nutrition as natural cow colostrum.

Feed to Calves Easy

DuMOR Blue Ribbon Calf Colostrum Supplement makes providing supplements to your calves easier than ever. All you have to do is simply mix with water and bottle feed to your calves twice daily.

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About This Formula

DuMOR Blue Ribbon Calf Colostrum Supplement is a high-quality milk supplement designed to provide your calves with the same nutrition as colostrum. Specifically formulated for newborn calves (up to 4 days old) this delicious milk replacer contains the perfect balance of proteins needed to support digestion and growth in calves.

Ingredients:
Dried whey protein concentrate, animal fat (preserved with BHA, BHT, citric acid),dried animal serum, dried whey, dextrose, dicalcium phosphate, sodium silico aluminate, hydrolyzed yeast, maltodextrin, calcium carbonate, inulin, dried skimmed milk, ferrous sulfate, magnesium sulfate, zinc sulfate, artificial flavor, copper sulfate, choline chloride, vitamin E supplement, lecithin, manganese sulfate, DL-methionine, vitamin A supplement, selenium yeast, brewer's dried yeast, calcium iodate, niacin supplement, folic acid, ascorbic acid, vitamin D3 supplement, calcium pantothenate, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, cobalt sulfate, biotin.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude protein, (min.) 50.00%, Crude fat, (min.) 15.00%, Crude fiber, (mum.) 0.10%, Calcium, (min.) 0.75%, (mum.) 1.25%, Phosphorus, (min.) 0.70%, Vitamin A, (min.) 30,000 IU/lb, Vitamin D3, (min.) 5,000 IU/lb, Vitamin E, (min.) 100 IU/lb, Albumin protein, (min.) 23.00%, Bovine globulin protein, (min.) 11.00% (50 grams per lb).

Mixing And Feeding Directions:
To supplement maternal colostrum, mix one pouch of DuMOR Calf Colostrum Supplement into one quart of clean, warm water (110°-120° F). Blend the mixed Colostrum Supplement solution into one to three quarts of warm maternal colostrum. Adjust for body weight as needed. Bottle-feed all of the blended solution as soon as possible after the calf is born or arrives on your farm. Give a second colostrum feeding in eight to twelve hours, and then begin feeding DuMOR Calf Milk Replacer on day two. If no Maternal Colostrum is available, mix one pouch of DuMOR Calf Colostrum Supplement into 1-1/2 quarts of clean, warm water (110°-120° F). Bottle-feed all of the solution as soon as possible after the calf is born or arrives on your farm. Give one or two additional feedings of Colostrum Supplement, six to eight hours apart, and then begin feeding DuMOR Calf Milk Replacer on day two.

Specification Description
Brand: DuMOR
Product Type: Milk Replacers
Package Size: 12.35 oz.
Life Stage: Pre-Adult
Cattle: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 06-9549-0298

How many times should I give the calf this colostrum before regular milk replacer?

Asked by: Erica Cook
Use the Calf Colostrum Supplement for the first 2 feedings after birth (one AM feeding and one PM feeding in the first 24 hours of life). Afterwards, start a milk replacer.
Answered by: Astroer
Date published: 2016-08-17

why has bovine colostrum been taken off the ingredient list. the old bag showed bovine colostrum as the first ingredient. Now it's not even on the list.

Asked by: bobbib
We started using the updated pouches (old pouches had dried whey protein concentrate, new pouches have dried bovine colostrum). We have noticed the TSC website is not up to date and will be contacting them to make corrections. It’s possible you purchased two different lot codes where old vs new packaging was used.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2017-06-16
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