Goat Milk Powder for Pets
Milk replacement for Pets (Dog, Puppies, Cat, & Kitten)
- Imported from Netherland.
- Loose pack for sale
- Not for human consumption
Additives per kg:
|Vitamin A||25000 I.U|
|Vitamin D3||4.000 I.U|
|Vitamin E||100 mg|
|Vitamin C||1000 mg|
|Cu (Cupric sulphate, pentahydrate)||3 mg|
1. Add the required amount of powder to water of 55-60 C
2. Whisk briskly
3. Add cold and/or hot water, to bring the mix to correct concentration and feeding temperature of 42C.
The concentration of Goat Milk is 200gram to make 1 liter of mixed milk replacer.
Close bag properly after use, Store in a cool, dry and dark place.
Goat milk has some unique properties that make it more easily digested than other milks
Goat’s milk is the nutritionally complete food. In fact, the American Journal of Medicine states that goat’s milk is “the most complete food known.” It does not stimulate the production of mucus (cow’s milk does) and can counteract inflammation. It also seems to have some antiviral properties that can benefit and enhance the immune system, and has a nutritional and compositional profile very similar to human mother’s milk. It is often well tolerated by infants, adult humans, and cats and dogs. Rescueguide.com advises that orphaned kittens should be fed goat’s milk when their own mother’s milk is unavailable.The smaller fat globules in goat milk and higher concentration of small and medium chain fatty acids, in addition to a looser curd formation, allow it to be digested more quickly and with much less effort.