Thursday, 21 April 2022 10:55

Giving kids the best start!

Written by  Staff Reporters
Milk replacers are crucial if you are preparing to rear lambs or goat kids in the upcoming season. Milk replacers are crucial if you are preparing to rear lambs or goat kids in the upcoming season.

High quality milk replacers are crucial if you are preparing to rear lambs or goat kids in the upcoming season, according to Milligans Feeds.

The company says its Multi Milk Replacer (MMR) product can feed all animal types, including lambs and goat kids. It has a GOwhey range which are specialised whey-based powders for lambs and goat kids.

These can be used as a standalone replacer or be fed in a program with other replacers depending on your needs.

It says its whey products are sourced from a leading European manufacturer that prioritises performance, quality and animal welfare.

The company says it also has animal supplement products, ExcelPlus Colostrum and ExcelPlus Electrolytes, to assist with the early care and welfare of new-born animals.

"These two supplements are key inputs to successful animal rearing and husbandry.

"Whether you are a lifestyle farmer or large scale farmer, you will know the importance of being prepared for the times when you have an orphan or sick baby at hand."

Milligans Feeds also has four specialist calf rearing products that are designed to fit any rearing system.

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