Rehabber-approved powdered milk replacer produces better weight gain, fewer digestive problems, and better acceptance than other formulas. Mixes easily, smells wonderful, and there's no need to add cream, yogurt, or probiotics. Use for orphaned squirrels, flyers, rats, mice, Eastern cottontails, opossums, wolverines, woodchucks, guinea pigs, and badgers.
Composition: 32% Protein, 40% Fat, 15% Carbohydratess, 548 kcal/100 grams powder. 1 cup weighs approx 120 grams.
Crude Protein, Min. ... 32.0%
Crude Fat, Min. ... 40.0%
Crude Fiber, Max. ... 0.0%
Ash, Max. ... 9.0%
Moisture, Max. ... 5.0%
Ingredients: Vegetable Oils, Dried Milk Protein, Dried Hydrolyzed Casein, Dried Skimmed Milk, Dried Corn Syrup Solids, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, D,L,Methionine, L-Arginine Sodium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Vitamin E Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Riboflavin Supplement, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Thiamine Hydrochloride, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Glycine, L-Lysine, L-Threonine, Taurine,L-Tyrosine, Calcium Iodate, Biotin.
Mixing directions: Add powder to warm water (l00 F). Blend until powder is dispersed in water. Feed soon after mixing. Store any leftover formula in refrigerator and feed within 24 hours. Mixing directions are based on volume, not weight, measurements.
Mix 1 part powder to 2 parts warm water. Feed 1-1 1/2 teaspoons per one ounce bodyweight daily, divided into 2 to 4 feedings.
Mix 1 part powder to 2 pasts warm water. Feed 1 1/2-2 teaspoons per one ounce bodyweight daily, divided into 4 to 6 feedings. At 5 weeks of age, gradually switch to DAY ONE Formula 20/50.
Mix 1 past powder to 2 parts warm water. Feed 1 1/2-2 teaspoons per ounce bodyweight daily, divided into 6 to 8 feedings. At about 45 grams body weight, gradually switch to DAY ONE Formula 25/30.
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Posted by cb on 16th Feb 2017
Work with a rescue and we always keep this on hand so we will be ready for any baby squirrel rescues! It is the best! Transitioning from Mom's milk to formula is usually hard on them but not with this! Easy to use, easy to store and it freezes for long term storage. Good for multiple types as well (we get lots of eastern and flyers here). Exceptional product!
Fed my baby rats with this formula
Posted by Karin on 22nd Sep 2016
They liked it and have grown from itty bitty to toddler rats. Great product. Thank you.
Posted by Diana on 14th Apr 2016
This was my first time raising a squirrel. It had fallen from a tree and the mother abandoned it. Working under a licensed rehabber I was told to use this. I have had no problems and this little guy is very healthy and continues to grow.
Posted by Debbie on 21st Mar 2016
Absolutely the best formula in the world for squirrels and all wildlife
Fantastic pinkie formula
Posted by Julie Williams on 21st Oct 2015
Wonderful product. Babies just flourish with this product. No comparison to any other on the market
Great product, LuLu loves it!
Posted by Elise on 18th May 2015
This is the best formula for 5+ weeks squirrels. My Red squirrel, LuLu, is transitioning from powered Esbilac to this product and she loves it and is having no issues with the transition. Thank you Leigh of Henry's for all of your advice and help!
It Helped My Momma To Save Life
Posted by MARGARET ROBICHAUD on 5th Jul 2014
This is the best formula..My Chester loves it..I Say cant get any better then Fox Valley.They only sell whats best for your little visitors that just need a helping hand to get a good start in life..
Saved my squirrel
Posted by Unknown on 4th Jun 2014
This stuff was a Godsend!! The baby squirrel really likes this formula AND it smells yummy to me even! It mixes very easily. Thank you!
Posted by Ronda on 26th Mar 2014
This is the best formula for raising baby squirrels. I also use it to supplement my adult pet squirrel. It is easy to mix and use, and smells (and tastes) yummy. I recommend Fox Valley to anyone raising a baby mammal.
Helped Save My Squirrel's Life
Posted by Sonny on 7th Mar 2014
I've been caring for a baby that was abandoned after the nest tree was cut down, the siblings died, and the mama ran away. I estimate she was about a week old when we got her. For 5 days I fed her Esbilac, and it almost killed her. She wasn't gaining weight, she became weak, she basically looked like a tiny little skeleton...I felt terrible; she had been in better condition when she came into my possession. On the 4th day I ordered Fox Valley formula on a rush delivery, but still had to find something to feed her until it was delivered. I got Pro Biolac kitten milk replacer from my vet and it worked miracles (I'm including this bit in case someone needs something to feed a little one while they wait on FV), if I hadn't got the Pro Biolac, she would've died that night. There's no doubt in my mind. I finished out that small container and started FV a couple days ago. She absolutely loves it. She's gained more weight and her stools have become much more regular and normal on FV than they were on the kitten milk replacer.
Would def. recommend it to someone raising a squirrel. :)
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