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RT @DarraghScott: Anyone running a slurry seperator on farm?
"Providing a cow with the correct diet during the transition period can significantly improve her performance by not only helping to boost milk production in the next lactation, but also aiding the health and potential of her future calf. By getting the transition diet right farmers can ensure cows produce high levels of good quality colostrum to support early calf growth and successful transfer of immunity."
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