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Lambcol Gold Colostrum

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  • Quality, easy-mix colostrum for newborn lambs
  • Provides nutrition, energy and support when the ewe's supply isn't enough
  • Contains multiple fat sources to provide short and long-term energy to weak and small lambs when needed
  • Further enhanced with essential vitamins A, D and E, prebiotics for effective gut function and nucleotides to help promote protein development
  • Ideal for topping up twins or triplets who have had some maternal colostrum but require more
  • Dosage rate: 25g per lamb per feed
  • Available in 250g, 500g and 1kg

Wynnstay Lambcol Gold Colostrum is a quality, easy-mix colostrum for newborn lambs to provide nutrition, energy and support when the ewe's supply isn't enough. This product contains multiple fat sources to provide short and long-term energy to weak and small lambs when needed. It is further enhanced with essential vitamins A, D and E, prebiotics for effective gut function and nucleotides to help promote protein development. Ideal for topping up twins or triplets who have had some maternal colostrum but require more. Dosage rate: 25g per lamb per feed. Available in 250g, 500g and 1kg. 

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