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Looking for a BIG NIPPLE
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ol'plow boy    Posted 01-01-2002 at 10:13:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hello
Now that I have EVERYONES attention, The nipple that is on my calf pail is just gone to bad,
now I can buy a new buckett at the farm&fleet but I need just the nipple and the new bucketts are plastic does anyone know where to buy one? on the Nipple it sez: calf-teria,spencerville Ind.
and on the valve that it hooks to, on the buckett it sez: John R Rhinehart Fort Wayne, Ind.
A dogpile serch turned up nothing. Thanks in advance


am-bar    Posted 05-18-2002 at 09:37:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i love them


Les...fortunate    Posted 01-01-2002 at 12:29:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Teach the little feller to drink out of a pail. I asked my father one time why he didn't use them nipple pails. He said they were hard to keep clean and the dang calf would butt them and knock them all over the place.
Just stick your fingers in the milk, stick his nose in the milk, let him suck on your fingers at first till he figgers it out. He'll soon learn and the whole operation will be a lot quicker and neater. Once in a while you get a slow learner that almost has to drown before he learns. Yours might be one of them, especially if he's a little older and used to the nipple.


ol' plow boy    Posted 01-01-2002 at 15:15:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Les,
Yep, been there done that! nothing like them inhalin' there milk, LOL! I'm laughin so much I can hardly type, what a show, Bubbles, slobber and milk boiling in the buckett!!!!!yea they learn soom enough this little heffer has sharp teeth, hard on the finners' she is only 10 days old if it twerent for the mud and slop out there I would of let her battle her mom but the weather was changing fast!and mom wanted nothin'to do with her, went right down in the teens that night and I don't think she would of made it 'till morning I wasn't realing expecting a calf, but you know how them first time heffers are, no show than ops lookie there, a calf !Aw what the heck, the grankids come for christmas and realy enjoyed feeding the little heffer.They learned what letting the milk down means LOL!! yep the 5 year old said grandpa, she "pilled dit all over me!!" she is mean! LOL! aw the memories Later !


REDNECKMATT    Posted 01-01-2002 at 12:20:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
try Nasco farm & ranch www.enasco.com or 1-800-558-9595. Get a catalog they have alot of great stuff.


LazyHorse    Posted 01-01-2002 at 10:31:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
TSC as well as several feed stores around here carry the red rubber replacement nipples. If you don't have any around you, I beleive Jeffers vet supply, and american livestock supply also have them.


ol' plow boy    Posted 01-01-2002 at 10:43:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
Lazee Horse,
Thanks,I'll try tsc. The red ones that they have at F&FL.are too small and fer' a bottle. guess I'll just have to go to tsc. just hate to have to drive 25 miles to get there. at least the calf is doing good, plum ripped the nipple out ta' buckett. Maybe thats why momma didn't want nuttin to do with the calf, she could sence that the pain was a commin,HA


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