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Colostrum is the first milk produced after birth. It is high in protein, much of which is immunoglobulin. Immunoglobulins provide immunity against pathogenic micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses. Most animals are born without immunity and initially acquire their immunoglobulins from colostrum. Newborns that do not receive colostrum have a weakened immune system and increased risk of infection and mortality.
Impact should be fed as soon as possible after birth, and preferably before milk is fed. Impact may be absorbed for several days after birth, depending on the species, but is most effective in the first 12 hours. Newborns that have not received maternal colostrum should receive at least 2 doses of Impact within 48 hours of birth.
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