Not all colostrum supplements are equal. Some companies use a mix of colostrum from different milking periods, reducing the bioactives. Some collect colostrum from multiple cows in the same container, limiting quality control. Some filter it to concentrate certain nutrients, which can eliminate the smallest ones (like thymosin, which is critical for immunity health).
To get the full benefits (and your money’s worth), your colostrum must be handled with extreme care—from cow to you. We’ve spent 45+ years perfecting this proprietary, cold-chain process that ensures PerCōBa® is the best supplement you can buy.
The PerCōBa® Colostrum Way
Calves feed first
Excess collected in
Frozen immediately at the farm
(never over 45℉)
Data to farmers for
Pasteurization at a min of 125℉
for a min of 15 seconds
Independent lab tests
Are you denying the newborn calf of its colostrum?
What is the timeframe for collecting colostrum? Is it certified?
What is the processing method? Freeze-dried or Spray-dried?
Does the heat created when pressing lozenges damage the bioactives?
Where is the product sourced?
What standards do your processes and facilities live up to?
Has PerCōBa® Colostrum been pasteurized?
Is PerCōBa® Colostrum frozen after collection?
Does freezing colostrum affect the biological activity (value) and solubility of colostrum?
Do any of your colostrum products need to be refrigerated during transportation or storage?
Do lozenges contain Magnesium stearate?
Is Raw Colostrum Better?
Are your colostrum products certified organic?