Bucket Teat Unit
Bucket teat units were first introduced to the USA by Premier over 30 years ago. Has been the "gold standard" design ever since.
Feed orphan lambs, goat kids and calves by attaching this unit to a square bucket. Teats sold separately under accessories below.
Use our bucket teat wrench to easily tighten or loosen the plastic gray "nut".
Teats sold separately.
How to Use
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.
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Matthew W from Wisconsin
We have a bucket that was given to us used. We purchased just extra washers because ours were old and brittle. It was easy to order and the package came in a timely fashion. Our bucket still seems to be a little leaky and made a little mess when we poured the liquid in. It definitely saves time when feeding the goats though and we think it was a great invention!
Charles S from Florida
If you have more than one orphan lamb/goat, this is the way to go, period. Actually, I'll use it with even one orphan. It was easy to start them on the bucket and it saves so much time. I mix up the milk and carry a thermos of hot water to wash out the bucket. Takes all of five minutes, twice a day. About the only improvement would be in the bucket lids or the container, something that was easier to open & close.
Crystal E from CA
I love these things! We've used this unit to raise lambs and goat kids with the lamb nipples and also to raise calved with a standard calf nipple. They turn an hours long job into about 10 minutes twice a day, regardless how many your raising at a time. When used with cold, free choice milk replacer, I've found that the lambs grow nearly as fast as their ewe-raised counterparts. I do recommend using the right milk replacer. Some don't mix as easily or stay in suspension as well in cold water as others.
Mona E from Southern Idaho
Wonderful product! Great price! Because of the price, I buy a dozen washers and keep them on hand every spring. To prevent leakage, we add another washer to the teat unit after the lambs get older and become more aggressive feeders.
Outstanding product deserving of a "lamb-saver award." Our original ones came with a farm-store lamb bucket and are still going strong after four years. The rubber washers get squished after many uses, so keep extras on hand. I got extras of the teat units too and have never needed them. My hands aren't very strong but I have no trouble getting these apart for cleaning. We start our bottle lambs on Pritchard nipples, switch to the brown ones, and then the red stiffer ones.