Instructions for use with weak and newborn animals, as well as mature and convalescing animals.
You may also contact us for nutritional analysis and additional information for breeders and animal caretakers.

*Mixing Instructions for Whole Goat Milk

MEYENBERG Evaporated Goat Milk:
3oz of Evaporated Goat Milk to 6oz of distilled or boiled then cooled water.
Increase to equal parts milk and water as animal grows and becomes stronger or starts on solid rations.

MEYENBERG Powdered Goat Milk:
8Tbs of Powdered Goat Milk to 32oz of distilled or boiled then cooled water.
Concentration may be strengthened slowly up to 12 tablespoons to 32oz of water and then gradually to whole milk. If using a blender, always wait for bubbles to settle before feeding.

MEYENBERG Powdered Goat Milk:
Mix 8 level tablespoons of Powdered Goat Milk mixed with one pint (16 fl. Oz) of water to make one pint of whole goat milk. For best results, make a smooth paste with a small amount of the water (hot but not boiling) required for reconstitution. Gradually add remaining water. Excellent for use as food supplement, when sprinkled dry or mixed with daily ration.

MEYENBERG Evaporated Goat Milk:
Shake well before opening. Dilute contents one can milk with one can water.

MEYENBERG Powdered Goat Milk:
Mix 8 level tablespoons of Powdered Goat Milk mixed with one pint (16 fl. Oz) of water to make one pint of whole goat milk. For best results, make a smooth paste with a small amount of the water (hot but not boiling) required for reconstitution. Gradually add remaining water. Excellent for use as food supplement, when sprinkled dry or mixed with daily ration.

MEYENBERG Evaporated Goat Milk:
Shake well before opening. Dilute contents one can milk with one can water.

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