Weak Kid Syringe, 60 mL

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Use to tube-feed weak newborn kids that won't nurse. 60 mL poly syringe with a long, flexible feeding tube. Tube slides down throat to stomach, past Read More

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Use to tube-feed weak newborn kids that won't nurse. 60 mL poly syringe with a long, flexible feeding tube. Tube slides down throat to stomach, past air passage. Feed colostrum or milk directly.

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Every Farmer should have this!"

    If you don't have one or two of these in your vet box...Why Not? Each lambing season I start with a new one in the Lambing Kit, because the rubber plunger tip gets funky after a while. I totally agree with the other positive reviews on this one simple item that is inexpensive and is a life line for weak animals. Get this product! Better yet, Buy two!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Gotta Have It!"

    If I could only have one item at kidding time, this would be it. So easy to use and can save a kid. If we have any question at all it the kid is getting enough colostrum, we will use this to give them a couple of ounces.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Wont ever be without one"

    Saved many a kid with this simple and yet effective tool. I used it with my nigerian dwarf kids so its even small enough for them. When done its easy to boil and then bag up for future use.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "A MUST HAVE!!!"

    It's a MUST to have a couple of these on hand, they truly are life savers for weak newborns or young/small animals that become ill and/or go off feed or need meds that they will not take on their own. We use mostly for our goat kids,but have used them on sm.dogs/or puppies,piglets, etc. And have used them as a catheter, such as for flushing a goats uterus after a difficult kidding or infection.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "CHEAP INSURANCE"

    I won't kid without these! If you have a weak or chilled kid nothing gets them up and going like a full belly. easy to use and a safe way to get warm fluids into babies.

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