|"Purina Kid Milk Replacer"|
|A 23% protein, 25% fat nutritionally complete milk replacer for raising strong, healthy kids. Contains all of the essential milk proteins balanced with vegetable oils, animal fats and milk sugar along with vitamins and minerals to promote strong, healthy bones and optimum growth. Can be fed to kids free-choice or on a restricted basis after they have received adequate colostrum. Available in a eight pound pail (5504) and a 50 pound bag (5525). Available with a medication option containing Decoquinate* to prevent coccidiosis (55M5), 50 pound bag.|
|How To Feed Purina® Kid Milk Replacer|
|Milk replacer to be fed to goat kids, lambs, and foals from the second day of life through weaning. All the proteins used in this product are derived from milk proteins.|
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS FOR KIDS|
Mix Kid Milk Replacer as follows: For large quantities, add 1 1/2 lbs. (5 cups) milk replacer powder to a portion of warm (110oF) water and mix thoroughly. Then add the remainder of water to bring to a total volume of one gallon. For smaller quantities, sprinkle 0.2 lbs. (2/3 cup) of milk replacer powder to a portion of warm (110oF) water and mix thoroughly. Then add the remainder of water to bring to a total volume of one pint. The enclosed cup holds 0.3 lbs. of powder level full. If feeding the milk warm, feed at about 100oF. If feeding cold, add powder to warm (110oF) water but add cold water to bring to volume. Let cool if necessary to desired feeding temperature. It is best to not mix more than a 24 hour supply.
FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS FOR KIDS|
Ensure the kid receives colostrum during the first 24 hours of life.
BOTTLE FEEDING/INDIVIDUAL FEEDING FOR KIDS|
Feed each kid individually with a nipple bottle and warm milk and feed up to a maximum of 1/2 pint per feeding. Feed 2 to 3 feedings per day for the first week and then if required, increase to 4 feedings per day. Once the kid is five weeks old, cut back to 1 or 2 feedings per day to encourage dry feed intake of Purina Goat Chow®. Overfeeding can cause bloat and digestive disorders.
COLD AD LIB FEEDING FOR KIDS|
Milk should be available through a suitable feeder at all times and should always be offered at room temperature.
For the first two or three feedings after removing the kid from the mother it may be necessary to individually bottle feed the kid to adapt to the nipple. Provide Purina Goat Chow® free choice beginning at 3 to 6 days of age. For more details on raising goat kids with Kid Milk Replacer, see the Purina Feeding Program brochure.
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS FOR LAMBS|
Mix Milk Replacer as follows: For large quantities, add 2 lbs. (6 3/4 cups) milk replacer powder to a portion of warm (110oF) water and mix thoroughly. Then add the remainder of water to bring to a total volume of one gallon. For smaller quantities, sprinkle 0.22 lbs. (3/4 cup) of milk replacer powder to a portion of warm (110oF) water and mix thoroughly. Then add the remainder of water to bring to a total volume of one pint. The enclosed cup holds 0.3 lbs. of powder level full.
FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS FOR LAMBS|
MIXING AND FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FOALS|
Mix Kid Milk Replacer as follows: Add 1 lb. (3 1/3 cups) milk replacer powder to a portion of warm (110oF) water and mix thoroughly. Then add the remainder of water to bring to a total volume of one gallon. The enclosed cup holds 0.3 lbs. of powder level full. Feed daily the amounts shown below:
|Crude Protein, not less than||23.00%|
|Crude Fat, not less than||25.00%|
|Crude Fiber, not more than||0.15%|
|Calcium (Ca), not less than||0.45%|
|Calcium (Ca), not more than||0.95%|
|Phosphorus (P), not less than||0.45%|
|Sodium (Na), not less than||0.50%|
|Sodium (Na), not more than||0.90%|
|Copper (Cu), not less than||2.00 ppm|
|Copper (Cu), not more than||4.00 ppm|
|Zinc (Zn), not less than||60.00 ppm|
|Selenium (Se), not less than||0.30 ppm|
|Vitamin A, not less than||20,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D3, not less than||5,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, not less than||50 IU/lb|
|Dried whey protein concentrate,animal fat (preserved with citric acid, BHA, and BHT), dried whey product, lecithin, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, L-lysine, sodium silico aluminate, DL-methionine; citric acid, calcium propionate (preservatives); ethoxylated monodiglycerides, propylene glycol, choline chloride, ferrous sulfate, magnesium sulfate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, cobalt sulfate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite, folic acid, ascorbic acid, Vitamin B12 supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, niacin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement, Vitamin E supplement, artificial flavor.|
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