The milk pasteurizer

A survey carried out on over two hundred farms of the APA, Provincial Breeders Association, showed that in the first month of life the mortality rate of calves is over 15%. Even through adequate nutrition it is possible to help reduce the loss of cattle, with obvious economic benefits for the breeder; these calves in fact represent the new generation that will replace the cows in the stable. The quality of the milk administered to the calvesĀ  destinated for the comeback is of fundamental importance, both for the health and for the nutritional aspects. Using pasteurized non-waste milk has many advantages, leading the calves to better performance and greater growth. It's proved that calves fed fresh milk with protein content, fat, calcium and phosphorus gain weight faster (source LEE et al. 2009).

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