Four Leaf Rover Bovine Colostrum comes from 100% Grass-Fed New Zealand cattle. Since colostrum is naturally rich in lactoferrin and antibodies, it's a great choice for healthy immune balance and support.
Bovine Colostrum is a rich source of IgA antibodies, proline-rich polypeptide and lactoferrin. This ethically-source first milk supports dogs with seasonal allergies and supports proper skin health, digestive tract health and a balanced immune response.
Our Bovine Colostrum starts with grass-fed New Zealand cattle raised on small, family farms. The colostrum from the first 12 hours is given to the calf only, to make sure all animals benefit from colostrum. This ensures the calves get the immune support they need before the colostrum is collected to share with dogs.
Every batch of colostrum is 3rd party tested to be free of growth hormones and antibiotics.
Give Four Leaf Rover Bovine Colostrum once or twice a day. Colostrum should be given away from meals but can be mixed in a little broth or kefir.
Small Jar: 16.5g
|Body Weight||Amount Per Day||Daily Supply|
|1-30 lbs||1/16 tsp daily||
120 day supply
|1/8 tsp daily||
60 day supply
|61-100 lbs||1/4 tsp daily||
30 day supply
|100 + lbs||1/2 tsp daily||
15 day supply
Net Contents: 0.58oz (16.5g)
Where does colostrum come from?
Colostrum is an important part of the first milk in mammals. Our colostrum is collected from pasture-raised, grass-fed, antibiotic-free and hormone-free cows. Bovine colostrum can be used in many different species.
How is the colostrum collected?
The calves get the colostrum all to themselves for the first 12 hours. After that, the colostrum is collected and shared with the calf. This ensures the calves are protected and healthy since they are a future part of the family farms we work with.
Calves are never separated from their mothers, even during collection time. This ensures the best quality colostrum and an ethical approach to farming. After collection, the colostrum is gently dried into a powder form.
Can colostrum help support the gut?
One of the primary ingredients in colostrum is proline-rich polypeptide (PRP), which is known to help maintain a balanced immune response. Colostrum also contains immunoglobulins (IgG and IgA) that can help support a healthy gut and a balanced immune response.
If my dog has a beef sensitivity, can he still take colostrum?
If your dog has a beef sensitivity, he may still tolerate colostrum since the proteins are different. Colostrum also contains a lot less lactose than milk, so can be tolerated by some dogs with lactose intolerance.
If your dog has a sensitivity to beef or dairy, start with a very small amount or check with your veterinarian.
What’s the best way to give my dog colostrum?
For best results, give your dog colostrum at least 20 minutes before his/her next meal.
You can mix it with a little bit of broth or spring water if you like. This product can be given long term.
Should I store this product in the fridge?
You do not need to store colostrum in the fridge but it’s best to keep it in a cool, dark place away from high temperatures.
Is Bovine Colostrum Pasteurized?
Our bovine colostrum is not pasteurized. It is freeze dried to help maintain beneficial immunoglobulins (IgG &IgA) to support a healthy gut and balanced immune response.