- Dimensions: 2" x 1-3/8"
- Choose from natural or red color
- Easy to clean
If the milk flow seems too slow, take a Pocket Scalpel (or other sharp knife) and enlarge the “X” slit in the end of the teat. Be careful! Do NOT cut the end too large or the milk will constantly leak out.
Cannot be used on soda pop bottles.
Do NOT leave empty bottles or bucket feeders in the orphan pen. Lambs and kids will chew on nipples (in an attempt to feed) and damage the teats. A habit that is not easily reversed.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Lambing and Kidding AidsItem #564806Z -
Premier’s Orphan Feeding Buckets include everything you need to feed milk replacer to orphan lambs and goat kids. 2 gallon and 4 gallon options.$44.65
Lambing and Kidding AidsItem #564807Z -
Premier’s Orphan Feeding Buckets include everything you need to feed milk replacer to orphan lambs and goat kids. 2 gallon and 4 gallon options.$59.85
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Jennifer J from Montana
These hold up very well on the buckets and the lambs adjust to using them very well.
Julie R from Tennessee
I ordered 8 and 2 of them have a slight leak. The goat kids are finding them a bit difficult but that may be because the ones I am replacing are worn out.
Olivia C from Missouri
We love how much easier these red nipples are to put on a soda bottle of lamb milk replacer compared to the black lamb nipples.
Brian D from Michigan
If you have trouble with getting these seated pull the latex or rubber onto the male part of the teat unit first before you screw the nut over the nipple. Don’t put the nipple into the nut and then try screwing that back over onto the teat unit. It will work that way sometimes but I have better luck seating it onto the unit first.
Kay W from Wyoming
These nipples are perfect for feeding my orphan colt. As replacements, they fit easily into the feeder bucket.