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Serum lysozyme activity in new-born calves and relationship to milk yield of their mothers


, : Serum lysozyme activity in new-born calves and relationship to milk yield of their mothers. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 147(8/9): 583-586

Serum lysozyme activity was investigated in newborn calves. The correlation between lysozyme activity in calf serum and their mother's early lactation milk yield was examined. 10 dairy cows in their 3rd lactation and their newborn calves were studied at the Experimental Station, Tracian University, Bulgaria. Cows were divided into 2 groups according to the preceding average milk yield for a 305-day period (high or low). Calves received colostrum from their mothers until day 5 postpartum.

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