Last year I raised 3 bottle lambs on goat milk and they did great. My neighbor just informed me they will start lambing in the next few weeks, and I will likely end up with 1 or more bummers again. However, due to other priorities on my time, I've dried up nearly all my milk does. I do have enough milk in the freezer for maybe 1 lamb, but if I get several I will have to buy some milk replacer. I know some replacers are good, some so-so, and some aren't fit to be fed. Can someone give me some tried and true brand names that I can use? I live in central Oregon. Also, if I get several bummers, I thought the best plan would be to start them all on goat milk, then gradually switch them over to part milk, part replacer. I'm thinking the lambs will get a better start that way, and have less tummy upsets from a mixture of goat milk and replacer than from pure replacer. Is that a realistic idea, or is there a better way to do this?