- 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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Brianna C from New York
My goats do not like these nipples and refuse to use them. They prefer the darker red rubber ones.
Elizabeth B from Minnesota
We use these as starter nipples for our Southdown and Hampshire flocks. They hold up well and make the transition from bottle to the bucket very easy and successful! Premier 1 has such fast, reasonable shipping. Wouldn’t consider buying these from anyone else!
Aaron E from Iowa
We start lambs with Pritchard teats on a bottle. The second day or so we switch to these latex teats on the bottle. After another day we switch the lambs to the bucket and they take right off. At around a week old we switch to the more durable rubber teats on the bucket. We do slightly enlarge one pair of the slits for faster milk flow.
Trevon O from Missouri
These are the best for the bucket. I opened the holes a little more and replaced the old red ones with these and they’ve held up great to over 20 bottle babies on one bucket. I make them take turns and always remove the bucket so they can’t tear it up; I spend more time mixing the power than I do actually feeding babies thanks to the bucket set up.
Jennifer J from Montana
These hold up very well on the buckets and the lambs adjust to using them very well.