"I've been taking Colostrom powder (anotherfrom the past) at 60 grams a day and my morning weight is up 4 pounds with no change to my diet while my strength has increased noticeably...".
You know, I'm not a big believe in Colostrum for more muscle. Then again, I've never used it anywhere near the 60g/day mark. Having said that, your results square up with a study that's sticking in my head conducted by Joey Antonio. I'll have to find the full study, but here were his conclusions: "We found that lean body mass improved significantly - by 3 to 4 pounds - but there was no change in fat and no change in exercise performance," says lead author Jose Antonio, PhD, a researcher at the University of Delaware in Newark when he conducted this study.
I'll have to go back and see how much subjects were taking, etc. If memory serves, they replaced whey with Colostrum.
EDIT: Here's the abstract/link - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11312068
"The whey protein group experienced a significant increase (P < 0.05) in body weight (mean increase of 2.11 kg), whereas the colostrum group experienced a significant (P < 0.05) increase in bone-free lean body mass (mean increase of 1.49 kg). There were no changes in any of the other parameters measured. Thus, supplementation with bovine colostrum (20 g/d) in combination with exercise training for 8 wk may increase bone-free lean body mass in active men and women..."