Also can be used to replace or supplement maternal colostrum when:
- The quality or quantity of available colostrum is not adequate.
- Kid goats and lambs are unable to suckle, such as in multiple births, first pregnancy dams, and those born to sick or weak dams.
- Ewes or does are infected with disease agents that can transfer through infected colostrum.
- 50 g IgG in 235g (8.3 oz) of powder
- IgG > 20%
- Up to 9 feedings
- 20% Fat
How to Use
Newborn lambs and goat kids should receive their first feeding of colostrum as soon after birth as possible by nipple bottle or esophageal tube. Feed colostrum 3 times in the first 18 hours of life.
Each feeding is based on body weight. Feed the appropriate amount described in the dose chart above.
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Frank V from Iowa
All triplets and quads get 4 ounces at birth with a tube. I believe it makes a huge difference in their start. I do not have any bottle babies. The flock is half done lambing and right now I have 9 set of triplets and a set of quads being raised by the ewes. My flock is 1/4 Romanov.
Cynthia M from Ohio
This is a good product for those newborns that need colostrum. My only problem with this product is that the texture is almost grainy and you must beat it to get a smooth consistency or it is very lumpy and does not go through the nipple smoothly. Despite that I would recommend this product as it has been the only good colostrum replacer I have found.
Kraig G from Minnesota
My kids love this stuff. Once they get a taste they want to eat it all the time. I use it to supplement their mom's and it has worked out well.
Paul & Roxanne S from Iowa
Excellent product but it was not clarified how many servings it would actually do.
Use warm water & a wisp like they recommend, and a lot of patience, but is reassuring to have have on hand for when needed!!!