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DuMOR Ultra All Milk Replacer, 25 lb.

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Performance Equal to Whole Milk

Nurse your calves the way their bodies want. DuMOR Ultra Milk Replacer is a high-quality medication-free milk supplement that contains everything your calf needs to grow and develop naturally.

Makes Feeding Easy

DuMOR Ultra Milk Replacer makes providing supplements to your calves easier than ever. All you have to do is simply mix with water and bottle feed to your calves twice daily.

We Love Animals and Know Just What Their Bodies Require

At Tractor Supply Company, we bring our deep passion for land and animals to the center of our products and services. By sourcing superior ingredients and testing our formulas, we guarantee excellent quality feed for your livestock.

About This Formula

DuMOR Ultra Milk Replacer is a high-quality milk supplement that supports calf growth and performance equal or greater to that attainable with whole milk. Specifically formulated to be fed to herd replacement calves from the second day of life until weaning (approximately day 60) this delicious milk replacer contains the perfect balance of proteins needed to support digestion and growth in calves.

Dried whey product, dried whey, dried whey protein concentrate, animal fat (preserved with BHA, BHT, citric acid & ethoxyquin), L-lysine, calcium carbonate, DL-methionine, dried skimmed milk, sodium silico aluminate, ferrous sulfate, magnesium sulfate, choline chloride, artificial flavor, vitamin E supplement, maltodextrin, selenium yeast, brewer's dried yeast, zinc sulfate, vitamin A supplement, lecithin, ethoxylated mono-diglycerides, propylene glycol, manganese sulfate, vitamin D3 supplement, copper sulfate, ascorbic acid, niacin supplement, calcium pantothenate, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), biotin, riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, calcium iodate, folic acid, cobalt sulfate.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min)20.00%, Crude Fat ( min)20.00%, Crude Fiber (max) 0.15%, Calcium (min) 0.75%, Calcium (max)1.25%, Phosphorus (min)0.70%, Selenium (min)0.3 ppm, Vitamin A (min)30,000 IU/lb, Vitamin D3 (min) 10,000 IU/lb, Vitamin E (min) 100 IU/lb.

Feeding Instructions:
Enclosed in each bag is a cup that holds approximately 10 ounces of dry milk replacer. Mix milk replacer powder with warm (110-115°F) water. For accurate feeding, measure cup weight periodically.

Specification Description
Brand: DuMOR
Animal Type: Cattle
Life Stage: Pre-Adult
Package Size: 25 lb.
Shop By: Bulk Discount
Manufacturer Part Number 62951
DuMOR Ultra All Milk Replacer, 25 lb. is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good after a bit of trial and error on our part It took some trial and error to get the correct ratio of water & milk replacer. Being new to raising calves, we simply followed the instructions on the bag for the first few feedings, using 3 (4 oz) scoops to 2 qts of water. One of the calves quickly developed scours. So, we then weighed the milk replacer and found that the scoop actually held more than 4 oz and began going by weight instead but, since we were using 2 quarts of water plus a substantial volume of milk replacer powder, we were still ending up with more milk replacer than the bottle would hold. We found some information online that helped us figure out how much powder to use to get the right concentration and a final volume of 2 quarts and that seems to be working better for us.
Date published: 2019-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mixes well Calves have done very well on this. I’ve bought other brands and they scoured and had problems.
Date published: 2019-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HIGHLY RECOMMEND Great product, mixes well, and it is easy to measure. My calves are growing off big and healthy.
Date published: 2019-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff Comes with measuring cup rain proof bag. Make sure you have knife to open
Date published: 2019-06-09
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Are you able to feed a 1.5 month old foal this milk replacer?

Asked by: Cstrange
The Dumor Ultra milk replacer is only for use in calves and not for foals. The product is manufactured in a facility that processes ionophores, which are dangerous to foals. We recommend the Sav-A-Caf Ultra 24, which is an 8lb bag sold at Tractor Supply stores. This product is a multi-species product and safe to use on foals. The TSC sku number is 2211429. If you are looking for the 4lb or 25lb bags, those are available to order on line through
Answered by: Tbeacher
Date published: 2018-06-07

We have a cow that just had a calf the cow is not letting the calf nurse. The calf appears healthy and trys to nurse but when she finds the utters the momma cow moves and I have not seen the calf nurse yet, at what point do I step in and feed the calf? 

Asked by: Notsure50
If the calf has not received colostrum, then it is recommended one bottle feed to the calf. Colostrum is extremely important to the calf as it establishes its immune system. Then the calf will need to be bottle fed milk replacer. It sounds as if the heifer has rejected the calf which is why she moves away when the calf tries to feed. Also, depending how long the calf has been without fluids, they want to prevent dehydration. If the calf is declining due to dehydration, then I would recommend to bottle feed and electrolyte product.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-09-10

What does the date mean?  Expiration or the day it was made?  If the last how long is it good for?

Asked by: Bottle Mom
The date represents when the product was manufactured. The product is good up until 12 months from the date.
Answered by: Nancyb
Date published: 2017-11-11

If I make up 2 quarts and the calf does not drink all of it, does it need to be kept in the refrigerator until his next feeding?

Asked by: Sheilacows
If the calf is not drinking the full two quarts of milk replacer, you can re-generate for up to one day. Then reheat and ensure the product is mixed thoroughly for the next feeding. If the calf continues not consuming the full two quarts, then cut back on volume. However, mixing product fresh each time is best for the calf.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-11-06

How many pints of water do you add to one 10 oz. Scoop of replacer?

Asked by: New calf mom
This product is designed to be fed at a rate of 12 ounces of powder per 2 quarts of water. 4 pints = 2 quarts of water. So, to feed the product according to package directions, the feeder should mix 12 ounces of milk replacer powder per 4 pints. If the calf is small and the raiser is concerned about feeding too much total volume, it is important to mix according to label directions and feed a smaller amount of total volume instead of changing the mixing rate. Raisers should consult their veterinarian with questions about feeding rate.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-02-02

12oz to 2 quarts? one measuring cup equals 12oz. Why does the instructions say 3 scoops to 2 quarts-am I suppose to add 3 measuring cups to 2quarts?  Please help I don’t want to harm the calf by too much mix to water

Asked by: TPpp

I’m looking for a great milk replacement??...we just got some calves only a few days old...and one had already passed away :( they all have diarrhea ...I have been giving them oral electrolytes...but I’m thinking maybe it’s the milk!? 

Asked by: 9215530
Since the calves are experiencing diarrhea, a veterinarian should be consulted. Feed a colostrum supplement if you don’t know if any was fed to the calves. Since the calves are now a week old, you can feed a health supplement instead. Dumor Ultra is a great milk replacer because it is an all milk product.
Answered by: KirwinH
Date published: 2018-03-21

Approximately how many feeding will this provide?

Asked by: The Barnyard
There are two feeding instructions provided on the bag; a 10 oz. or 12 oz. option for their calves. If using the 10oz feeding option, then there are 40 bottles mixes in the bag. If using the 12oz feeding option, then there are 33.3 bottles available in the bag.
Answered by: KirwinH
Date published: 2017-11-11
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