- Sheep Milker Kit includes:
- The Udderly EZ pump
- 2 sizes of extraction cylinders (#1 Small and #2 Large)
- 2 rubber inflation inserts (small and large)
- Bottle nipple
- Udder wipes
- 2 - 8 oz bottles (milk/colostrum collection bottles with caps)
- 1 - pint bottle
- Operation Manual and DVD
- Microfiber Dairy Towel
Milkers are non-returnable if used.
- Brand: Udderly EZ
- Type: Supplies
- Form: Milker
- Includes: Pump,Extraction Cylinders,Inserts,Nipple,Wipes,1 Quart Bottle,1 Pint Bottle,Operation Manual/DVD,Microfiber Dairy Towel
I bought this hand milker a year ago and used it several times for getting colostrum and it works great. I did have some questions when first using it and called the company and got great customer service. I talked to the person that invented it a few times. I would buy again if needed. They have an electric milker out now that I might buy soon. It does two teats at once instead of the one that this unit does.
"Here's What they are not telling you "
I bought one of these last year, Jeffers was out so I contacted the manufacturer directly. I had a gentle ewe with mastitis that had just triplets. Desperate for what to do, I had this thing next day aired (thought there, it will be worth it to save the lambs and help this ewe with this mastitis. ) Received the kit and watched the DVD 3 times but you can't really see anything. So here's what they don't tell you, you are not going out there and wiping off the teats and stick this thing up there and pull milk out. Oh no, you have to manually milk the animal first to get the milk flowing and then put this device up there, and then try and watch it to see when you need to press the handle again. You can't see it because the steam of the milk clouds the view. The bottles are the shape of most barbeque sauce bottles and they are handy (the bottles). I recommend you learn out to milk manually and invest your money in a good milking stand , you'll be better off than buying this item. I contacted the manufacturer numerous times and after purchase, they don't really care what your questions and concerns are