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shamjina Food Grade Plastic Milking Nipples for Lambs and Goat S

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Product description

Description:

- Specially designed nipple popular for farming animals, like sheep, goat, cow etc.
- It is shaped similar to mama ewe.
- The flutter valve allows air flow, eliminating filling up with air when squeezing milk .
- Help ewe cow squeeze milk release pain when breast infection.
- This nipple attachement mimics the natural nipple shape to encourage easy attachment most farming animal breast.



Specification:

- Material: Food Grade Plastic
- Nipple Size: Approx. 100x100x100mm/3.94x3.94x3.94inch.
- Color: Green
- Features: Washable and Reusable



Package Includes:

1 Piece Cow Squeeze Milk Nipple



Note:

Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures. Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.

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