January 25, 2008, Newsletter Issue #99: What is unique about New Zealand Colostrum?

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When harvesting bovine colostrum, purity is of utmost importance. The practices used in New Zealand to raise cattle are ideal for colostrum collection. For example, unlike in the United States, they do not use antibiotics or hormones in raising cattle, as the practice is illegal. New Zealand has heightened standards for certification, feeding practices, pasteurization, and storage. What does all this mean? New Zealand colostrum is one of the purest sources you can find and the purer the source, the better the health benefits.

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