Lamb Reviver Roslam each 
Roslam is the original lamb reviver, invented by Derek Watson of Invercargill in the 1960's used and trusted in New Zealand since. The Roslam reviver is extremely safe to use, feeding colostrum, electrolytes or artificial supplements direct to the stomach. The gravity delivery of Roslam is safer than other pressurised delivery methods or bottle feeding of non-sucking lambs, almost eliminating the risk of drowning. Another feature is the special soft stomach tube, which does not get stiff in cold weather, and thus does not cause damage to sensitive tissue in the young lamb's throat and stomach. Open ended bottle capacity 120ml, marked in 30ml graduations. Feeding tube is 42cm long.