Woolover Lamb & Goat Cover
Provide warmth to newborn lambs and goat kids with a recyclable, wool cover. Increases survival rates when used 0-12 hours after birth.
- Lamb Cover: Approximately 16"L x 9.25"H
- Kid Cover: Approximately 14"L x 6.5"H
How to Use
Teats and Nipples
Wide Mouth Lamb 'N' Kid Feeding Bottle (with Pritchard Teat & Washer)Item #562700 -
Easy to clean, wide-mouth plastic bottle for feeding orphan lambs or goat kids.$6.50
Nutri-Drench, 8 oz. bottle with pumpItem #620200 -
Provides quick, safe nourishment for "near-death" situations. Use to treat animals that are heavily stressed by parasites, weather, lactation or pneumonia.$14.00
Scales and Slings
Lamb CradleItem #887610 -
For carrying slick newborn lambs and goat kids. Plastic sides provide a secure grip during transport.$13.00
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Melissa R from Massachusetts
I had 2 Dwarf Nigerian kids born and 2 days after birth I tried to put on and the head holes are too small and not forgiving enough to pull on. Sweatshirt sleeves worked better.
Leeann B from Minnesota
The coat feels of very good quality but the head hole is soo tiny. The stitching has to be cut to get a head into it.
Christina T from Georgia
These run kind of small and I had to take the seems out to get them to fit my kids. I had to cut the leg holes bigger as well. Tough and warm material but runs small.
Sarah G from Utah
We used these back in New Zealand for all our orphan lambs and they were great. I was so happy we found these. We now live in Salt Lake and the only lamb coats we could find were fancy show coats so when my daughter came across these online it was a done deal. The great thing about these covers is that you don't have to take them off the lambs. They just wear out over time and fall off (most of the time).
Definitely something to keep on hand if you raise sheep. BTW our sheep are Barbados and back in New Zealand we had Suffolk.
Alexandra L from Colorado
I have successfully used these on Karakul, Merino, Katahdin, Suffolk and Rambouillet sheep lambs. I also have used them on my Boer goat kids and previously on Nigerian. They material is tough/tight when you first get it, which makes sense, but once the lambs/kids work it, it stretches. I have used them for 4 years with great success! Personally I wouldn't want them super large immediately. Absolutely nothing wrong with these and they work great.