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Colostrum Keeper  


brownbrown
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I keep failing on using colostrum keeper.  This season I dumped 2000L of milk , again. what's wrong with me.?

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FarmerJack
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What product do you use?

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FayFayFarm
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 Its nice(? sorry..) to know someone else is doing the same. I failed to keep my milk good this season. already smells funny. 1000L down the drain. very upsetting

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brownbrown
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Thanks for sharing fafafarm, so, I am not the only one.

by the way, I am using Nutrimol Colostrum Keeper.

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Lead Cow
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I use nutricare every season and I have never had any problems.  Next season you might consider changing it see how it works. 

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Anna
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Isn't Nutricare a bit cheaper?

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brownbrown
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That is what's happening, I am not sure about this.
 
1. Pour fresh milk into a 200L Drum
2. Add 2L of colostrum keeper
3. Stir twice a day 
4. On the fourth day, the milk starts looking like soured milk on the surface
5. On the 7th day. It doesn't go worse and the smell is fine.
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Mugera. M jobseeker
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More so, could you try pottasium sorbate, it can help you store your colostrum up to six months but in most cases colostrum that easily gets spoilt is always the second grade one.

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NZCOWMAN
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@mugera-jobseeker

I use potassium, too.  work like a charm.  

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