Sav-A-Lam® Milk Replacer
Sav-A-Caf® Products

Sav-A-Lam is an all-milk protein based milk replacer to be fed to lambs from birth through weaning.

Dried whey protein concentrate, dried whey, animal and vegetable fat (preserved with citric acid, BHA and BHT), dried whey product, lecithin, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, l-lysine, sodium silico aluminate, dl-methionine, citric acid, calcium propionate (preservatives), ethoxylated mono-diglycerides, propylene glycol, choline chloride, ferrous sulfate, magnesium acid, ascorbic acid, Vitamin B12 supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, niacin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement, Vitamin E supplement, artificial flavors.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein, not less than


Crude Fat, not less than


Crude Fiber, not more than


Calcium, not less than


Calcium, not more than


Phosphorus, not less than


Sodium, not less than


Sodium, not more than


Selenium, not less than

0.3 ppm

Vitamin A, not less than

20,000 IU/lb

Vitamin D3, not less than

5,000 IU/lb

Vitamin E, not less than

100 IU/lb

Mixing Directions:
A cup is enclosed in each bag of milk replacer. Each cup holds approximately 4 ounces of dry milk replacer powder. Mix one cup of Sav-A-Lam Milk Replacer with one pint of water. Sprinkle milk replacer on top of warm water and mix well. For larger quantities, mix one pound of milk replacer with 4 pounds (1/2 gallon) of water.

Feeding Directions:
1. Provide the lamb with at least one feeding of colostrum within its first 12 hours of life.

2. Feed the milk cold to the lamb if fed through a lamb nursing device. Cold milk will reduce chances of overeating. Allow free access to all the cold milk the lamb will consume in this manner.

3. Bottle feed (12 hours to 3 days): Offer milk warm at 100°F. feed 2 to 4 oz. of Sav-A-Lam milk replacer liquid every 4 to 6 hours, gradually reducing the number of feedings, while increasing the amount fed. After 3 days: 8 to 12 oz. milk replacer liquid fed every 6 to 8 hours is usually sufficient. Feeding levels may be varied to the lamb’s appetite. Overfeeding can cause scours or bloat.

Breed, size of lambs and general health conditions of lambs can affect appetite and growth. The quantity and/or percent solids may be varied to maintain rate of gain and stool consistency.

4. If scouring occurs, cut back on feeding until it stops. Lambs that have not received at least on feeding of colostrum milk may scour easily.

5. Weak lambs nursing from the ewe may be fed supplemental milk replacer.

6. Provide a high quality lamb creep after the lamb is one week old.

7. Lambs may be weaned at 30 days of age or at a minimum of 30 pounds.


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