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Milkivit Energised Lamb Milk 20kg

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  • Improves energy density 
  • Optimal protein digestibility 
  • Controlled osmolality 
  • Careful mineral and vitamin supplementation 

This easy-mixing milk replacer is ideally suited to all bottle and most as-lib lamb feeding systems. Milkivit Energised Lamb Milk should be introduced directly following on from colostrum feeding. 

Specifically, formulated with the following key benefits in mind: 

  • Improves energy density 
  • Optimal protein digestibility 
  • Controlled osmolality 
  • Careful mineral and vitamin supplementation 
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