Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer

Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer
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Give your young animals a strong start with Ultra 24™ Multi-Species Milk Replacer. Designed to meet the demands of various species, this complete and balanced formula with added vitamins and minerals helps provide your young animals with the high-quality nutrition they need to grow and develop from the very beginning.

  • High energy - 24% fat and 24% all-milk protein formula to support growth, performance, and muscle development.
  • Packed with power - Vitamins B12, C and E support immune health, while minerals such as calcium, selenium and zinc help young animals support physical growth.
  • Easy to mix, with feeding and mixing instructions for calves, foals, goat kids, lambs, piglets, fawns, elk calves, llama and alpaca cria.
  • Manufactured with high-quality ingredients and processes, helping you feel confident in the nutrition your young animals are receiving.
  • Supplemental nutrition – follow the directions for use as a dry powder supplement to ensure your little ones receive the nutrients they need during weaning or times of stress. 

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude protein, min.24.00%
Lysine, min.2.10%
Crude fat, min.24.00%
Crude fiber, max.0.15%
Ash, max.10%
Calcium, min.0.75%
Calcium, max. 1.25%
Phosphorus, min.0.80%
Sodium, max.0.85%
Copper, min.6 ppm
Copper, max.11 ppm
Vitamin A, min.30,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min.5,000 IU/b
Vitamin E, min.115 IU/lb

Ingredients
Dried whey, dried whey protein concentrate, dried whey product, dried skimmed milk, animal fat (preserved with BHA and BHT), coconut oil, L-lysine, taurine, lecithin, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, thiamine mononitrate, ascorbic acid, calcium pantothenate, niacin supplement, riboflavin, biotin, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, vitamin B12 supplement, choline chloride, calcium silicate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, copper sulfate, ferrous sulfate, cobalt sulfate, potassium sorbate, citric acid, ethylenediamine dihydroiodide, selenium yeast, natural and artificial flavor.

Cautions
Not for human consumption. Wash hands after feeding/handling animals. Wash feed/water containers after use.

Product Sizes 
4 lb. pouch 
8 lb. pouch
25 lb. bag

Calf Mixing Directions Sprinkle 10.5 oz. milk replacer powder on top of 2 quarts warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding.

Lamb Mixing Directions Sprinkle 1.75 oz. milk replacer powder on top of 1 cup warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding.

Kid Mixing Directions  For standard goat kids, sprinkle 1.75 ounces milk replacer powder on top of 1 cup warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. For pygmy goats, use 0.88 ounces of powder and 2/3 cup water. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding.

Foal Mixing Directions Sprinkle 3.5 ounces milk replacer powder on top of 3 cups warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding.

Cria Mixing Directions Sprinkle 2.35 ounces milk replacer powder on top of 2 cups warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding.

Piglet Mixing Directions Sprinkle 2.63 ounces milk replacer powder on top of 2 cups warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding. MINIATURE POTBELLIED PIG: Start with approximately half of the amounts listed and adjust as needed for bodyweight and appetite.

Fawn & Elk Mixing Directions Sprinkle 6.3 ounces milk replacer powder on top of 3 cups warm water (115-120 F) and stir with a whisk until completely dissolved. Cool the milk replacer solution to body temperature before feeding. Refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours. Rewarm cold milk replacer gently in the feeding bottle by floating it in a pan of warm water. Mix thoroughly and test the temperature before feeding. Offer elk calves about twice as much milk replacer as fawns, adjusting for body weight.

Calf Feeding Directions

  • First 24 Hours: FEED ONLY COLOSTRUM. NO MILK REPLACER. Feed 4 quarts of maternal colostrum or an equivalent dose of colostrum replacer. Adjust volume for small breed calves.
  • Day 2 Until Weaning: Feed 1.5 to 3 quarts milk replacer solution twice daily, adjusting for body weight. Offer calf starter feed and fresh water free choice. Do not offer hay until after weaning. Wean from milk replacer at 6-12 weeks of age, when the calf is healthy and dry starter feed intake is at least 2-4 pounds per day.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.
     

Lamb Feeding Directions

  • First 24 Hours: FEED ONLY COLOSTRUM. NO MILK REPLACER. If feeding colostrum replacer, offer 7 fluid ounces of solution per four pounds of bodyweight every 4-6 hours.
  • Day 2-10: Offer 4-8 fluid ounces every 6 hours for four daily feedings.
  • Day 11 Until Weaning: Offer 8-16 fluid ounces every 6-8 hours for three to four daily feedings.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.

Ultra 24 Milk Replacer contains added copper. Is it safe to feed to lambs? Yes. Sheep and lambs actually require a small amount of copper, but they are highly sensitive to excess amounts. Ultra 24 has been formulated to provide needed copper without causing toxicity when fed according to mixing and feeding directions.
 

Goat Feeding Directions 

  • First 24 Hours: FEED ONLY COLOSTRUM. NO MILK REPLACER. If feeding colostrum replacer to a standard kid, offer 7 fluid ounces of solution per 4 pounds of bodyweight every 4-6 hours.
  • Day 2-10: For standard kids, offer 4-8 fluid ounces every 6 hours for four daily feedings. For pygmy kids, offer 4 fluid ounces four to five times daily.
  • Day 11 Until Weaning: For standard kids, offer 8-16 fluid ounces every 6-8 hours for three to four daily feedings. For pygmy kids, offer 4-8 fluid ounces three to four times daily.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.

Foal Feeding Directions 

  • First 24 Hours: FEED ONLY COLOSTRUM. NO MILK REPLACER. If feeding colostrum replacer, offer 1 cup (8 fluid ounces) of solution every 2-3 hours. Always provide fresh water free choice.
  • Day 2-7: Offer 1.5 pints of milk replacer solution every 3 hours for eight feedings daily. Begin offering foal creep feed and tender hay. Always provide fresh water free choice.
  • Week 2-3: Offer 2 pints (1 quart) every 3-4 hours for six to eight feedings per day.
  • Week 4-6: Offer 1-1.5 quarts every 4-6 hours for four to six feedings per day.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.

Cria Feeding Directions 

  • First 24 Hours: FEED ONLY COLOSTRUM. NO MILK REPLACER. If feeding colostrum replacer to llama crias, offer 6-8 fluid ounces of colostrum every 4-6 hours. For alpaca crias, offer 4-6 fluid ounces every 4-6 hours.
  • Day 2-14: For llama crias, offer 12-16 fluid ounces every 6 hours for four daily feedings. For alpaca crias, offer 8-12 fluid ounces every 6 hours for four daily feedings.
  • Day 15 Until Weaning: For llama crias, offer 16-24 fluid ounces every 6-8 hours for three to four daily feedings. For alpaca crias, offer 12-20 fluid ounces every 6-8 hours for three to four daily feedings.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.

Piglet Feeding Directions 

  • First 24 Hours: FEED ONLY COLOSTRUM. NO MILK REPLACER. If feeding colostrum replacer, offer 1-2 fluid ounces of solution every 2-3 hours.
  • Day 2-5: Offer 8-16 fluid ounces per pig twice daily, free choice. Replace the solution more often during hot weather to prevent spoilage if needed.
  • Day 6-10: Offer 24-40 fluid ounces per pig twice daily, free choice.
  • Day 11-15: Offer 40-64 fluid ounces per pig twice daily, free choice.
  • Day 16-21: Offer 64-96 fluid ounces per pig twice daily, free choice.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.

Fawn & Elk Feeding Directions

Offer elk calves about twice as much milk replacer as fawns, adjusting for body weight.

  • Week 1: 2.5 ounces every 3 hours.
  • Week 2: 3.5 ounces every 3.5 hours.
  • Week 3: 4 ounces every 4 hours.
  • Week 4: 5 ounces every 5 hours.
  • Week 5: 6-7 ounces every 6 hours.
  • Week 6: 9 ounces three times daily.
  • Week 7: 8-9 ounces three times daily.
  • Week 8: 8 ounces three times daily.
  • Week 9: (start weaning): 10-12 ounces twice daily.
  • Week 10: 9-10 ounces twice daily.
  • Week 11: 8-9 ounces twice daily.
  • Week 12: 12-15 ounces once daily.
  • Dry Powder Supplement Directions
    Dry Ultra 24 Milk Replacer powder can be sprinkled on top of or mixed into dry grain feed to encourage consumption during weaning from milk replacer, or to provide supplemental nutrients to hard working, stressed or thin animals.

Clean feeding containers and provide fresh feed or food daily to help prevent spoilage. Store mixed solution separate of food items.
 

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