Caprine Feeding Outfit

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Caprine Feeding Outfit

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The Caprine Supply Feeding Outfit is a white 3.5 gallon pail with 10 nipples attached to tubing that reaches down into the bucket. Read More

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Caprine Feeding Outfit

Feed 10 kids at once.

White poly 3½ gal pail with 10 special lamb nipples attached to tubing that reaches down into the bucket (or to a quart jar set in the bottom of bucket).

Kit Includes:

  • bucket with lid
  • feeder stand
  • 10 nipples
  • 10, 3/8" x 12" tubes
  • tube cleaning brush
All items also sold separately.

(Tubes, stand, and brush not pictured. Bucket shown with complete kit only.)


  • Brand: Caprine Supply
  • Type: Replacement Tubes,Replacement Nipples,Tube Cleaning Brush,One Way Valve,Feeder Stand,Feeding Kit
  • Size: 3/8" x 12",10 pk
  • Includes: Bucket with Lid,Feeder Stand,10 Nipples,10 Tubes,Tube Cleaning Brush

Reviews (20)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Time Saver"

    We have used these buckets for several years. Have found it easiest to train babies (after they are sucking on a bottle well) by putting all the tubes into a quart jar (in the bucket) and pour milk in as the babies eat. Then go to the bucket. We don't use the lids (babies eat so fast anyway). We have also found the optimal maximum number for the 10 nipples to be 8.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Group feeder "

    Once to teach them all how to use it works great!

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "The Best"

    These Lambar nipples are the best I've used so far for my bottle goat kids, they hold up well and don't leak like the Pritchard nipples do. I definitely recommend them!

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Lambar Tube Brush - A Must Have"

    I always debate buying a new one but these are a must have for a lambar setup. We just can't get the tubes clean enough without it.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Green one way valve"

    Purchased 30 of these and only tried 8 before removing them. Great idea, but didn't work for us at all. Too restrictive making kids lose interest in sucking. Pails used without emptied faster and resulted in happier kids. If valve isn't vertical, then it won't work as it should either. Spent too much time making sure each one was sitting perfectly upright or milk would drain back.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Now it’s even better "

    I bought this milk bar from another retailer several years ago and it has served very well. Expecting more bottle babies this year, I sought another and found it at Jeffers. They’ve not only improved the product, the transaction experience was quicker and easier.

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Really like them"

    So far, they are working great! Did not have them years ago when I made my first Lambar feeder out of a 5 gallon bucket and the milk would go back down the tubes and contaminate the fresh milk. The kids have no trouble with them, as the milk stays in the tube when they let up. I think that the trouble in another review might be with the nipple. I have two older Caprine black nipples and they are much better than the "Gray" nipples that are being sold these days. I had to use one "Gray" nipple and the buck kid who uses it is way behind the other kids on drinking all of his milk. He also gets a lot of foam at the nipple and the other kids using the black nipples don't. Hope this helps.

  8. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "one way valve need improvements "

    I love our milk feeding bucket and the entire setup! Been using it for a couple years with great success. After each kidding season we buy the replacement parts (nipples, hose and one way valve) for the following kidding season. We have had to throw away more one way valves than we use because they don't work like they used to. I don't know if they changed companies on who makes them, but they don't work. When trying to train kid's on the bucket, it helps if the milk stays in the (hose) line. Other than the one way valves needing an improvement, I would give this product a 5 star rating.

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Healthy goats"

    Great nipples, very sturdy and stays well on soda bottles. We include one with bottle babies so they get off to a healthy start

  10. 2.0 out of 5 stars

    "Don't buy!"

    Babies could not get enough milk with these so we took them off. Save your money!

  11. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Lambar Nipples"

    We have used these nipples for many many years and have found them very good. They last a long while and resist chewing by the goats. They also fit pop bottles and we start our newborns off on them . I highly recommend them.!

  12. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "Very Pleased"

    I don't usually have many kids to feed, but had 5 "bottle" babies this year and they are fed in 5 mins. Fabulous. Only thing is lid wont stay on so if they jump in it it ruins the milk.

  13. 2.0 out of 5 stars

    "Lid wont stay on, kid fell in"

    This type of feeder is great, the this particular bucket is horrible. I bought one to replace the bucket I dropped and cracked that has a screw-on lid, and I was expecting this to have the same, but it just sits on there doesn't even close tight. Kid jumped on he lid, it popped off and kid fell in, contaminating over a gallon of milk not to mention milk everywhere.

  14. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Get a different bucket though"

    GREAT product for feeding several goats. But don't buy the overpriced bucket. Just get the tubing and the nipples and you can drill holes in any food grade bucket. It's good to have a small one made out of a gallon sized bucket or so, and then a larger one. The smaller bucket is easier for young ones to learn on as the milk doesn't have to be sucked up as far to get the baby feeding. I also like the one way valves Jeffer's carries to put at the end of the tube. These keep milk from going out of the tube when the baby lets go of a nipple. Makes it easier for youngsters. Once they get strong, the valves are not needed anymore.

  15. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Just fed 18 bottle babies, 2 wks old, in 10 minutes!!! Yea Me!!!! Am ordering more right now! Where has this been all my life?

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