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Teats and NipplesItem #562701 -
Easy to clean, wide mouth plastic bottle for feeding orphan lambs or goat kids.$3.75
Teats and NipplesItem #562700 -
Easy to clean, wide mouth plastic bottle for feeding orphan lambs or goat kids.$5.60
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Travis L from Oklahoma
We raise hair sheep and dairy goats and each year there are a few bottle babies. Last year was the first time I tried the Pritchard nipples. Lambs and kids took to them immediately. At the end of the day I would run them they my dishwasher's sterilizing cycle just for extra cleaning. They held up extremely well! I will always have an extra supply of these on hand!
Bryan G from Iowa
These nipples work better than the ones we purchased at Mills Fleet Farm, that look almost identical to these. Without comparing them up close, one would never see the differences, but we sure have noticed a difference in which the lambs prefer. These nipples seem to be just a little longer, fatter, and a little more pliable. Not sure what difference it makes, but they seem to be easier for the lambs to drink off of. We take several bottles out at one time, and when a lamb is having trouble drinking it always seems to be the other brand. We switch the nipple from another bottle with this brand, and that seems to solve the problem.
David C from Missouri
Always have some on hand when lambing starts. Hope not to use any of them but, if I have to , they are the best.
Jennifer C from Montana
Nothing is better for lambs and kid goats.
Corrine R from Washington
Absolutely the best nipple for raising dairy goat kids. We've used for our dairy goats for up to 6 months with no tears, rips or leaks. This year tried the cut technique, but was difficult to get a consistent opening cut. Since we were raising 6 kids wanted the flow the same for all, so went back to snipping very tip off of many of them. That way kids finish drinking about the same time.