Homestead Alpaca & Llama Birthing Kit - (stock expected 23 Jan)

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Homestead Alpaca & Llama Birthing Kit

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This new and improved Birthing Kit, prepared after consultation with an experienced camelid vet, contains the essentials for cria birthing and the first few weeks.

The kit comes in a convenient bag with outer pockets and shoulder strap.

Kit contains:

Digital Thermometer

Pack of 100 Polythene Examination Gloves,

Umbilical Spray 250ml (non aerosol)

5 x Umbilical Cord Clamps

Obstetric Lubricant Gel 500ml

Alpaca Colostrum 60g

Feeding Bottle with pritchard teat

Colostrum Feeding syringe with latex tube

Nettex Fly Repellent Advanced spray 250ml (non aerosol)

Newborn-size Cria Coat 16" (colour may vary)

Cria Weighing Sling

Digital Scales - (batteries included)

Kit Bag with outer pockets and shoulder strap (Colour may vary)

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