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Lamb/Goat Self Feeder Nursers

Sku: NC28830N
$50.99

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The lamb/goat self feeder bucket allows a worker with back and arm impairments to feed young stock without bending down and holding bottles.

Lamb/Goat Self Feeder Nursers

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The lamb/goat self feeder bucket allows a worker with back and arm impairments to feed young stock without bending down and holding bottles. Young lambs are fed bottles of milk at least twice per day.  Bending over holding the bottle is a particular challenge for workers with back or neck disabilities as a goat or lamb may take several minutes to finish drinking, all the while bumping and pushing against the bottle. The lamb/goat self feeder hangs on a fence so feeding milk can be done without bending and holding bottles.

 

Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a lamb/goat self feeder: Arm Amputation, Back Pain, Balance / Core Stability, Diabetes/Diabetic Neuropathy, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Hand Injury, Herniated Disc, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Neck Injury, Old-Age, Scoliosis-Kyphosis-Lordosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Additional Information

Milk Bar™ self feeders are the easy way to give milk to lambs and goats that don’t require hand-feeding. Exclusive nipple design slows down gulping which prevents choking and also promotes salivation, which is essential for proper digestion and stomach development. Helps prevent cross-sucking which can expose young animals to infection. Durable pink poly container hooks onto wire or one-by-four wood rail and the gravity-flow nipple requires no valve or tube. Patented Milk Bar™ nipple promotes slow-nursing for maximum salivation and healthy digestive development. When the salivation urge is satisfied, animals are more content and they ingest enzymes and natural antibodies in the saliva without choking or guzzling. Holds about 3 quarts
 
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