Bovine colostrum is a milky fluid that comes from the udder of cows the first few days after giving birth, before true milk appears. This fluid contain proteins called antibodies. These antibodies may fight bacteria and viruses that cause diseases. Antibody levels in bovine colostrum can be 100 times higher than levels in regular cow’s milk. Researchers have created a special type of bovine colostrum called “hyperrimmune bovine colostrum.” This special colostrum is produced by cows that have received vaccinations against specific disease-causing organisms and is high is specific kind of antibodies.