Advance Kid Milk ReplacerThis page contains information on Advance Kid Milk Replacer for veterinary use.
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Advance Kid Milk ReplacerThis treatment applies to the following species:
For Goat Kids
● Enhanced flavor and aroma
● Added vitamins and minerals
Advance® Kid Milk Replacer is an instant mixing, all-milk protein, complete first feed for kids. With emulsified fats, supplemental vitamins, minerals and trace elements, it provides the entire nutritional requirements of the baby goat from its second day of life through weaning. Kid milk replacer is acidified to prevent bacterial spoilage, providing a shelf life of up to 24 hours once reconstituted.
Mixing and Feeding Instructions
Mix at the rate of 1-1/2 lb powder per gallon of water (3 oz (by weight) of powder per pint of water).
DO NOT FEED TO LAMBS - CONTAINS ADDED COPPER
Warm Restricted Feeding: Mix powder in 1/2 quantity of water at 120°F and then dilute to volume and feed at 98°F. For the first few days, feed a limited quantity (max of 1 pint) per feeding up to 3 to 4 times per day. Best results are achieved feeding milk warm (98°F).
Cold Ad-Libitum Feeding: Mix powder in 1/3 quantity of water at 120°F and then dilute to volume and feed at room temperature. This method works well for raising larger groups of kids that have been removed from the mother soon after birth. It is the recommended system when a number of kids are being taken away, as with a milking herd.
Net Wt 3.5 lb (1.59 kg), 8 lb
707 SPIRIT 40 PARK DRIVE, SUITE 150, CHESTERFIELD, MO, 63005
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