Superior, nutrient rich, high energy support.
No Digestion Required – Immediate Nutrient Balance Delivers all vital nutrients to restore the immune system in minutes!
Goat Nutri-Drench® is specially formulated for:
- Energizes weak newborns
- Stimulates appetite
- Corrects diarrhea
- Maximizes antibiotic/vaccine reponse
- Balances immune system
- Relieves heat & shipping stress
- Quick energy for show
Nutri-Drench is beneficial in any stress condition when energy/nutrient support is needed FAST!
Finally, results you can see! Field tests prove that Nutri-Drench is in the bloodstream in minutes. Ordinary feed and supplements require 10-16 hours for digestion and absorption.
Supplies the right nutrients, in the right balance, at the right time.
Stress Dose: Give orally
Newborns: 4 cc at birth.
Adults: 1 fl. oz. (30 cc) per 100 lbs. body weight Maximum of 1 treatment every 8 hrs. for 3 days, as needed.
Long Term/Maintenance Dose:
May be mixed with water or food.
1/2 fl. oz. (15 cc) per 100 lbs. body weight 3-5 days per week. Adjust as needed.
propylene glycol, molasses products, calcium carbonate, choline chloride, DL-methionine, l-lysine, Vitamin E supplement, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D-3 supplement, thiamine, niacin, zinc sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydroiodide, magne- sium sulfate, manganese sulfate, iron sulfate, sodium selenite, cobalt sulfate, sugar.
I can confirm & greatly affirm that everything claimed about Nutri-Drench is true! Goat Nutri-Drench is like flipping on a switch to change from dark to light. It makes a difference between dull & vigorous, near death & life, down & up too perky. This week I treated an almost downed 16 weeks young kid for worms & coccidiosis. I drenched her with Nutri-Drench for 2 days after treatment. This morning she was not only up but out foraging & then trotting to feed after her siblings.
I bottle feed all newborn kids. One will lay down, almost dead. I give them 2 or 3 pumps of Goat NutriDrench and within 30 minutes, they’re on their feet looking for a bottle. We kid in January & February and I give all newborns 2 pumps as soon as I dry them off, for a boost. I’m sold on it. I won’t be without it because kids can go down so fast & NutriDrench gets ’em moving, jumping off the walls. I also credit Nutri-Drench for keeping a doe with severe coccidiosis living long enough to get to the vet.
We are pioneers in the Boer goat industry. We had the first baby born out of quarantine in North America in 1993. Nutri-Drench helped me a lot in the first Boer goat years. The first babies were so important. From that generation sprung our breeding stock. I used Nutri-Drench to get kids to nurse. Kids need colostrum within 18 hours. The first 7 – 10 days is everything. If they get past 10 days, they’ll make it. We had trouble with babies not having enough get up and go. I used Nutri-Drench on my babies the minute they were born and for several days. It’s wonderful. After Nutri-Drench, weak newborns are usually up in 10 – 15 minutes. If they’re not up in 2 hours, something else is wrong. Nutri-Drench gives enough energy and boosts the immune system just enough. If you give it to the nanny, it turbo-charges her system to help her with kidding. It has everything you need to boost the immune system.
Goat NutriDrench gets newborns going fast. I’ll give a second dose 8 to 10 hours later or at the next feeding or if I see scouring. It stops scouring right away. When does go off feed, I give them NutriDrench and by next feeding, they start to nibble or are completely back on feed. Never have to give NutriDrench more than twice. I use NutriDrench at shows to get the winning edge. I give it on arrival and before entering the show ring. I never have a goat go off feed or scour and they have a perky attitude.
I had a doe deliver 3 kids. The last one was so weak he couldn’t hold his head up & wouldn’t even try to suck. I tried Goat NutriDrench and in 5 minutes, his head was up and in 10 minutes he was drinking and was as lively as his sisters. I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it myself.
I have boers and boer-crosses. On several occasions, I found newborn kids stretched out, barely breathing and what my grandpa, Pappy Clyde, would have called dead. After a dose of Nutri-Drench, 2 hours later, those kids were up and nursing. Also, it works great on does that have stressed from kidding, gotten off feed and looking for a place to lay down and die. One good dose and in a couple of hours—they’re up, eating and letting the kids nurse. Obviously, I’m an avid fan of Nutri-Drench and can’t say enough good about this product.
I swear by Nutri-Drench. I’ve had fawns that I was sure were going to die & I put Goat Nutri-Drench in their bottles and they lived! I recommend it to EVERYONE now. I also use Poultry Nutri-Drench on all birds I get in. It’s a WONDERFUL product. I have several rehabbers and goat breeders hooked on it. Thank you.
I had a doe give birth to triplets on a cactus plant. They all appeared fine for the first two days. Then one developed a limp. He was weak because he couldn’t compete for milk. He had stickers broken on his hip joint. I gave him a dose of Nutri-Drench. The other two kids developed scours from too much milk. I also gave them a dose of Nutri-Drench. The triplets all survived. I believe at least a couple of kids would have died without Nutri-Drench. I believe that this product should be one to always have on hand.
I can confirm and greatly affirm that everything claimed about Nutri-Drench is true! Goat Nutri-Drench is like flipping on a switch to change from dark to light. It makes a difference between dull and vigorous, near death and life, down and up & perky! Just this week I treated an almost downed 16 week young kid for worms and coccidiosis. I drenched her with Goat NutriDrench for two days after treatment. This morning she was not only up, but out foraging and then trotting to feed after her siblings!
Here at Shepherds Manor Creamery we think that Sheep and Goat Nutri Drench is as good as gold. We have saved more lambs that were very weak after birth then with any other product on the market. Everyone of our birth areas always has a bottle in the birthing kit. We also keep one in the aid jump kit for the larger sheep. It’s the BEST.