The Excal tube and teat stop-valve is a one-piece plastic moulding with a stainless steel ball.The valve stem is 7.7mm o.d. suitable for plastic tube with i.d. from about 6mm to 7mm.Valve length 23mm. Diameter 13mm at maximum.The stop valve can assist the calf suckling. Available a..
This smallest and softest of our EXCAL lamb teats is as used in our EXCAL Topper lamb feeder.
These are suitable for anyone wishing to create their own lamb feeding arrangement or to replace worn teats. Suitable for new-born lambs and kids. Require hole 11mm diameter...
The big softy teat is designed to help prevent problems when milk is gravity fed to calves (eg. Fence mounted feeders). You want to prevent milk leakage whilst still allowing the calf to suckle freely. The design of the Big Softy is that it does not leak even after extensive use but opens up as ..
PVC tubing specially for use in tube-delivery type calfeterias and calf feeding buckets. This tubing fits all Excal teats and components, such as tube grommets and tube stop valves. Also suitable all New Zealand manufactured teats.Note if you are using teats with the tubing, it only suits the Ex..
Over the years, we have bottle raised many baby goats, and having tried numerous diffferent bottle types, this one is our definite favourite for new borns up until the age where they can manage more than 500ml/feed.This baby-quality strong and clear polycarbonate bottle cleans and sterilizes pro..
Macwells fostering oil has been around for many years, and is relied on by sheep breeders throughout New Zealand. The special oil formulation is highly concentrated.
Squeeze just a few drops on the ewe´s nose, and the lamb´s head and tail. Keep ewe and lamb separate from other similarly treated pai..
This clear plastic lamb feeding bottle can be hand held or suspended.It holds 1 litre of milk and has graduations marked on the bottle.Features a fold-back suspension loop on the bottom for easy hanging...
This single-place lamb feeder hangs over standard fence railings.
It is also being used in a novel way. Use with cold milk as an ad-lib feeder.
The cold milk limits over-feeding, and also keeps longer. In fact, to assist, drop an Esky cold pack, or a small frozen bottle of water in the milk.