Problems of Calf Feeding

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1943
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Espe, Dwight
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When can a farmer discontinue feeding milk to his calves? Directions which accompany so-called milk substitutes frequently suggest discontinuing the milk when the calf is ten days to two weeks of age, while most dairy husbandry bulletins recommend six months. How far can we "lean to the left" in these days of limited rations, and still obtain normal mature animals?

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