How Much Milk Does a Newborn Calf Need?

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A newborn calf should be fed on approximately 4 to 10 litres of milk daily. A newborn calf is given colostrums as the first important feed and normally fed on milk after the third day of birth.
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A new born calf requires 10% of its body weight of colostrum within 12 hours of being born.
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