LAND O LAKES® Doe's Match Kid Milk Replacer

LAND O LAKES® Doe's Match Kid Milk Replacer

The best choice a producer can make to help kids reach their full potential. It outperforms other milk replacers.

To be fed to goat kids from second day of life through weaning.

Features & Benefits

Architect® Formulation System

Developed by the research team at Land O’Lakes, contains a unique combination of protein, fat and carbohydrate. This proven nutritional advantage helps to grow big and vigorous kids.

Convenient sizes

50 lb bag, 20 lb pail, 8 lb pail


Doe’s Match is the only 25% protein, 28% fat, kid milk replacer with the patented Architect® Formulation System


Min / Max
Crude Protein
25 %
28 %
Calcium (Ca)
0.75 %
Calcium (Ca)
1.25 %
Phosphorus (P)
0.70 %
Vitamin A
20000 IU/LB
Vitamin D3
5000 IU/LB
Vitamin E
140 IU/LB
Sodium (Na)
1.30 %

Feeding Directions

Mixing directions
Always weigh Doe’s Match Kid Milk Replacer powder for accurate mixing.
Mix 6 ounces (0.37 pound) of Doe’s Match Kid Milk Replacer in 1 quart (2 pints) of 110-120° F. water by slowly adding powder to water while stirring.

Hand feeding guidelines
Use the following schedule as a guideline for feeding reconstituted milk replacer:

TABLE: Age of Kid (days) No. Feedings Per Day Ounces of Solution/Feeding 
1 4 Colostrum
2-3 4 4
4-5 3 6
6-10 2 12
11-weaning 2 20-28 (1.25-1.75 +I10+I11
This product was made in a feed manufacturing facility that does not handle or store products containing animal proteins prohibited in ruminant feeds.
1. Keep all equipment used for mixing and feeding thoroughly cleaned.
2. Newborn kids should receive colostrum as soon after birth as possible (within 3-4 hours).
3. When hand feeding by bottle or shallow pan, milk replacer should be about 100 to 105° F.
4. Consult with your veterinarian on a dry doe and kid vaccination
program, including, but not limited to E. coli, clostridium and salmonella.
5. Always provide fresh, clean, free choice water and provide a high quality dry feed on a free-choice basis.
6. If scouring occurs due to bacterial infection, kids may need treatment with an oral antibiotic. If scours persist, seek assistance from your local veterinarian.