Volostrum

Features

Volostrum is a natural “one feed only” alternative to colostrum for lambs and goat kids. 

Volostrum from Volac provides farmers with the best possible solution for the new born kids and lambs, as you only need to get one feed of Volostrum vs multiple feeds for the other colostrum products currently on offer.  The protein % of Volostrum is significantly higher than other colostrum products available.

Volostrum is perfect for farmers fostering orphan lambs.

Nutritional Benefits

The highly concentrated low volume of Volostrum ensures goat kids and lambs are fully fed.  This significantly reduces the mortality risk compared with high volume or multiple feed alternatives.

Volostrum provides 38g protein per 50g (140ml) feed.

Helps newborn goat kids and lambs resist potentially fatal disease challenges.

Highly digestible source of energy helps reduce the risk of hypothermia.

Vital stand-by in any goat kidding and lambing shed.

Feeding Rate

The feeding rate for Volostrum is 50gr / kid/lamb of 100ml warm water.  Total volume, 140ml.

Feed Volostrum as soon as possible after birth and preferably with the first 6 hours.

When necessary, the Volostrum mix can be store in a refrigerator for a maximum of 72 hours.  It should be re-warmed to 40°C by standing in a bowl of warm water (below 60°C) and then stirred before feeding.

Pack Sizing

Volostrum is available in 2.5kg buckets or 500gr pouches
One pouch will cover 10 goat kids / lambs
Shelf life of 2 years

Typical Nutritional Analysis

DM95%
Protein
76%
Oils and Fats8%
Ash3%
Lactos8%

Disclaimer: All animal feed products should be fed as part of a healthy balanced diet matched to the specific requirements of the herd. Nutrinza makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the suitability of any of the products supplied to the specific requirements of your animals. Please note that recommended feeding rates are given as a guideline only and will vary based on the total diet and actual feed intake of your animals. It is recommended that you consult your vet, nutritionist or farm consultant before making any dietary changes.