Milking Pail For Goat: Milking Pail For Goat Without a milking pail, you won’t have anything to actually milk into. A stainless steel milk bucket is your best choice because they are easiest to keep clean. It is, of course important to keep your goat milking supplies as clean as possible since they are handling your raw milk.
Materials like plastic can hold in bacteria which you definitely don’t want. Stainless steel is non-pourous, so it is less likely than say plastic to harbor bacteria leftover from the milk residue. Since we have mini goats we went with a smaller 2 quart one. Obviously if you are milking a cow or standard size goat you may want a larger capacity pail.
Complete kit for milking your small animals like goats and sheep, and maybe even a mini cow! Kit brought to you exclusively by Homesteaders Supply!
Includes: One Heavy Duty One Gallon Stainless Steel Bucket with secure lid and bail handle. One Stainless Steel Funnel, One Stainless Steel Filter
This is everything you need to hand milk your small critter. Milk into the bucket, secure the milk with the lid, carry to your filter area, place the funnel on top of your glass jar with the filter in the funnel… then pour your milk through the filter and the funnel makes sue it all gets into the jar with no waste. This filter will last a long time, you can even wash it in the dishwasher, or heat it up in water in a pot to steralize if for the next milking. Easy, compact, lightweight, and sturdy.
Popular choice for goat or sheep milkingGrade A quality – made from 304 stainless steel. One piece design has no inside seams for bacteria to hide in.Top quality high polish finishRaised heavy duty base protects bucket bottomExtra handle on bottom makes pouring easyDirect replacement for most Hamby portable goat milking systems sold in 2020 and afterWt. 14 lbs.
|6.69 x 6.3 x 5.59 inches
|Item model number
|4.6 out of 5 stars 80 ratings
4.6 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#69,968 in Patio, Lawn & Garden
#88 in Livestock Care Supplies
#5,981 in Household Cleaning Tools
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
|Date First Available
|February 21, 2011