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Colostrum Feeder - Latex Syringe and Catheter Kit

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£5.39 £4.49
  • 60 ml syringe and catheter (Latex)
  • Syringe will hold a good amount of colostrum at a time
  • Highly flexible and soft latex catheter for throat protection
  • Easy to clean
  • Buy 6 for £5.12 £4.27 each and save 5%

Syringe and Catheter (Latex) Kit: A syringe and catheter for stomach feeding small weak lambs, who need a rapid intake of colostrum to safeguard life. The syringe will hold either 60ml or 140ml at a time so allowing for the colostrum to be given quickly and no fuss without having to redraw colostrum several times. This latex stomach tube is designed for easy swallowing and intake by the lamb with it being highly flexible and easy to clean with the hygiene of stomach tubes being critical. The stomach tube comes with pre-cut holes allowing for the correct amount of colostrum to be deposited at a consistent speed and pressure into the small lamb's stomach.

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