PREMIER SELECT Colostrum Supplement: Lamb
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Supports lambs immune and digestive systems by delivering La Belle Colostrum into the gastrointestinal tract. Colostrum also transfers essential, high quality, protein, fat, energy, and other nutrients to lambs that have received poor, insufficient or no colostrum at all. Use as a colostral support at birth or as a nutritional supplement for mature sheep.
- Multi-feeding 560 gram tub, Feeds 5 lambs during first week of life.
- Easy to Mix and Feed.
- Made with True Bovine Colostrum™ but formulated specifically for lambs
- Immune and nutritional support for neonatal lambs
- Easy to mix and feed
- Suitable for first day’s feeding of colostrum
- Additional nutritional support in days 2-7
- All natural and antibiotic free (ABF)
- Colostral Ig: 62 grams/lb
- Crude Protein:35% Min.
- Crude Fat: 10% Min.
- Crude Fiber: 0.2% Max.
- Ash: 7.0% Max.
- Moisture: 8.0% Max.
- Calcium: 0.9% Max.
- Calcium: 0.7% Min.
- Phosphorus: 0.65% Min.
- Sodium: 0.5% Max.
- Magnesium: 4.0% Min.
- Vitamin A: 3700 IU/lb Min.
- Vitamin D3: 300 IU/lb Min.
- Vitamin E: 5 IU/lb Min.
First day supplement feeding of colostrum and nutritional and immune support for first week of life
Multi-feeding 560 gram tub
Dried milk (feed grade), dried whey, silicon dioxide, potassium sulfate, magnesium oxide, manganese sulfate, zinc oxide, calcium carbonate, iron sulfate, rice hulls (not more than 0.1%), polyethylene glycol, glycerine, mineral oil, manganous oxide, vitamin E supplement, vitamin A acetate, sodium selenite, vitamin D3 supplement, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, sodium molybdenate, cobalt sulfate, flavor, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus lactis, Lactobacillus casei, Streptococcus diacetylactis, Bifidobacterium bifidum.
Mix And Feed
Day 1: Mix 2 scoops (28 grams) of Premier Select Lamb Formula in 4 ounces of clean, warm water 100-110°F (38-43°C). Feed to lamb by bottle or esophageal feeder.
Day 2-7: Mix 1 scoop (14 grams) of Premier Select Lamb Formula in milk replacer and feed to lamb as long as nutritional and immune support is desired.”