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14 years 1 day ago #13271 by The Kats Place
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Does any one have an anlamb bag handy and could tell me the formula for new borns? I cleverly put the powder in an airtight container at the end of the season last year and didn't keep the bag.

I don't need it yet and hopefully I won't but am away for the weekend and better leave all the information at hand just in case. Its more than likely that with this cold snap and me being away, one of the woollies will decide to have their lamb early.

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14 years 23 hours ago #204662 by RKH
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Hi TKP, straight off the bag it is 200g per litre. 6 feeds per day @ 100mls per feed for days 2 - 4.
5 - 7 days it's 250 mls 4 times a day.
8 - 21 days it's 350 mls 3 times a day and
day 21 - weaning it's 500mls 3 times a day.

I play around with these a bit depending on situation, but that's what the bag says. Hope this helps.

R

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14 years 22 hours ago #204687 by LongRidge
Replied by LongRidge on topic Anlamb
The directions from an old bag, with a few modifications.
Store the powder in the FREEZER between seasons.
Weigh BOTH the powder and the water.
Day 1 - 80g or more of colostrum if possible. A dead ewe can be milked for a few hours post-mortum.
Days 2-4 - 6 feeds of 20g powder, 100g water.
Days 5-8 - 6 feeds of 30g powder, 150ml water.
Days 9-14 - 5 feeds of 40g powder, 200g water.
Weeks 3-7 - 4 feeds of 50g powder, 250g water.
Weeks 8, 9 - 4 feeds of 40g powder, 200g water.
Weeks 10-11 - 4 feeds of 30g powder, 150g water.
Weeks 12 - 4 feeds of 20g powder, 100g water.
Little and often greatly reduces the risk of death from Pulpy Kidney after about week 6.

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