Pasteurizing colostrum prevents early calf deaths and allows colostrum to be stored for extended periods without losing efficacy.
After pasteurization, you should store colostrum in either a freezer or fridge. Once it is time to feed, use our heaters to properly and correctly reheat your colostrum.
When feeding calves, there are different pieces of equipment you may need. Everything from feed-tubes, to supplements, we have you covered.
After collecting and pasteurizing your colostrum, the easiest method for colostrum management is to store them in bags. We have a selection of colostrum bags in several different sizes.
Storing and organizing your calf equipment can be tricky. Allow us to help you develop a management system to store and organize your equipment.