Cow’s milk is from mother nature and hence best to feed to the young calves.
> This is not true as in the last decades dairy cows have been genetically selected and fed to produce more milk with a high fat percentage, which is profitable for the factory. For the calf, too much fat causes digestion problems with diarrhea as result. The more liters produced results in a lower concentration of vitamins and minerals present in the milk. Vitamins play a very important role in the development of the immune system of a young calf. Therefore, a lack of vitamins means a lower resistance of the calf.
Cow’s milk is always cheaper to feed. I do not have to buy it as I have it already on farm.
> Better is to compare the price per liter of Kalvolac with the price of a liter milk delivered to the factory. Next to the price, Kalvolac provides your calves with additional health benefits which means stronger calves, the basis for healthy and productive cows.
Kalvolac is difficult to use.
> In only 3 steps you can prepare Kalvolac! And thanks to its outstanding physical properties, it is suitable for manual and automatic feeding. Due to its unique dairy composition, Kalvolac can be used directly after colostrum.