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Colostrum management practices that improve the transfer of passive immunity in neonatal dairy calves: Protocol for a scoping review

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Title: Colostrum management practices that improve the transfer of passive immunity in neonatal dairy calves: Protocol for a scoping review
Author: Uyama, Tamaki; Kelton, David F.; Winder, Charlotte B.; Renaud, David L.
Department: Department of Population Medicine
Abstract: The objective of this protocol is to develop a method for the scoping review to investigate what characteristics of colostrum and/or colostrum management have been investigated to determine their effect on the levels of FTPI in neonatal dairy calves. The scoping review will answer the following question: What characteristics of colostrum and/or colostrum feeding have been examined to impact FTPI in neonatal dairy calves?
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/17970
Date: 2020-05-26
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