I've read alot here about how bad milk replacers are and they should be avoided. I had to put little Penelope on MR due to the cost of store milk jumping to $4.85 a gallon here. She was drinking almost a gallon a day. That works out to a small fortune every month. I did some research on the different MR's and found one by Manna Pro called Unimilk. It's designed for goats, sheep, calves, pigs, and others. There's a chart on the bag that tells how to mix it for the different babies. I've had Penelope on it since she was about 3 weeks old and she seems to be doing very well. Tail wags, bounces around playing, jumps on everything she can find to jump on. She's started eating greens and sometimes goes out in the pasture with the big goats. Her eyes are pink (the linings). She seems to be very healthy. So now I'm wondering... is there something I might be missing. Is there anything I should watch for? Do most MR fed kids seem to be doing fine and then take a sudden turn for the worse? Am I worrying to much? I've always liked the Manna Pro brand feed. I used to feed that brand rabbit food to the show rabbits and their coats came in much fuller than with other brands. I'm assuming that all Manna Pro feeds and their milk replacer is superior to other brands.