Square Bucket without lid, 2 gallon
- Height: 7-5/8"
- Length: 8-3/8"
- Width: 9-5/8"
- 60m thick wall
- Easy to clean. Silky-smooth internal walls.
- Cost effective.
- Durable. Lasts several years with normal use.
How high should bucket teat units be placed?
Not much higher than a mother's own teat (which is usually low). When a nursing ruminant newborn stretches out its neck, the esophagus forms a groove to carry the milk into the fourth stomach. If it doesn't, the milk falls into the first stomach (intended for grass/hay) instead of the fourth. This causes the first stomach to enlarge and form a potbelly. Place the bucket so the teat is as low as the teats on your ewes.
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