Powdered or evaporated goat's milk Rice syrup Vitamin supplement
Measure six scoops of powdered goat's milk into 36 ounces of water. Add 6 1/2 tbsp. rice syrup. Refrigerate until used. When using evaporated goat's milk, mix 12 oz. evaporated goat's milk with 24 oz. water. Add 5 tbsp. rice syrup. Refrigerate until used.
Sterilize all bottles and nipples before adding goat's milk and feeding the infant. Place the bottle and nipple into a large pan of boiling water for five minutes or run the bottle and nipple through the dishwasher. Bottles that take liners can also be used, but sterilize the nipples after each use.
Feed bottles of goat's milk at room temperature to baby. Cold bottles can cause an upset stomach and excessive gas.
Refrigerate all bottles that have not been consumed. Do not allow goat's milk to sit out at room temperature for longer than one hour. In hot weather that exceeds 80 degrees F, refrigerate any leftover goat's milk within 30 minutes.
Provide a vitamin supplement every day. Follow the directions for the vitamin supplement provided by the pharmacy or your pediatrician.