Save Money Feeding Your Calves

Tired of spending your hard earned money on milk replacer when you have an abundance of waste milk available to feed? Maybe you're worried about spreading diseases to your calves and would rather buy replacer than feed infected milk. Maybe you feed waste milk but are constantly worried that you're infecting your young stock with costly diseases. Most veterinarians agree: don't feed unpasteurized waste milk. If you're like most conscientious farmers, you're discarding it.

If only there was an easy way to kill bacteria in the waste milk prior to feeding, you could stop buying replacer, thus lowering your feed costs, and improve your herd's health by not feeding contaminated milk. Pasteurizaton kills M. Paratuberculosis which leads to Johne's Disease. Your solution - the Calf Milk Pasteurizer.

Information Links

  1. Feeding Waste Milk to Dairy Calves
  2. Heat Inactivation of Mycobacterium
  3. University of Wisconsin Pasteurization Study
  4. A Scientific Case for Calf Milk Pasteurization
  5. Flash Pasteurization vs. Batch Pasteurization
  6. Potential Savings From Milk Replacer to Pasteurizer
  7. Can You Afford to Lose $227/cow?
  8. Frequently Asked Questions
  9. A Case Study
  10. USDA Agricultural Research Service Report