Origin of colostrum
Examples from the Web for colostrum
By nursing the colostrum out of the breasts, it will favor and hasten the secretion of milk.The Eugenic Marriage, Volume I. (of IV.)|W. Grant Hague, M.D.
After the calf is a few days old, colostrum changes to what is commonly known as milk.
Colostrum, ko-los′trum, n. the first milk of a mammal after parturition.
Colostrum is rich in the very food that the baby calf needs.
British Dictionary definitions for colostrum
Word Origin for colostrum
Word Origin and History for colostrum
1570s, from Latin colostrum "first milk from an animal," of unknown origin.