Frequently Asked Questions

What is Bovine Colostrum?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

How is Colostrum Different from cow’s milk?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

How is Bovine Colostrum different from human colostrum?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

How is colostrum helpful for adults?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Can children take Colostrum?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

How does Favor source Colostrum?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

What is the best way to drink Favor Colostrum Powder?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

How much Colostrum Powder should I take?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

How does Favor source its colostrum? Is it grass-fed?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Are Favor colostrum products rBST (rBGH), antibiotic, and hormone-free?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Are your colostrum products certified organic?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Is bovine colostrum lactose-free?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Are you denying the newborn calf of its colostrum?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Has Favor colostrum been pasteurized? Is it safe?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

Do you remove anything from your colostrum, such as fat or lactose?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.

What is the timeframe to start seeing results?

Favor sources its colostrum from family-owned dairy farms across the Midwest. Our cows have access to outdoor grazing, enjoying fresh air, sunlight, and a diet primarily consisting of nutrient-rich grass and haylage designed by our nutritionist to provide the cows exactly what they need to thrive. During winter, they may also consume nourishing forages like dried grass, hay, or alfalfa, along with smaller quantities of supplemental non-GMO grains. While some companies label their colostrum as "grass-fed," it's important to note that the current supply chain or Colostrum does not provide a grass fed only option. Grass fed is a loose marketing term, meaning cows are not 100% grass-fed. We prioritize transparency and avoid making misleading claims to ensure clarity for our customers. Our products come from farms that provide optimal nutrition for their cows, providing a high-quality source of colostrum. We are committed to delivering the best possible product for your well-being and maintaining honest communication with our customers.