It depends on what kind of formula you choose. Name brands run about $20-30 per can of the dry powdered formula, where their store brand equivalents are about $10-15... and th…ey are nutritionally equal. I suggest taking a look at the nutritional information labels and comparing for yourself. (MORE)
I always leave dried food in my cats dish (up on a special table where the dogs can't eat her food along with fresh water.) There is no actual need to worry about how much you… feed your cat as they just graze and will let you know when they want more. My cat is fed in the morning and at dinner (some wet food along with the dry good) but in the evening she has another bowl in the den where she likes her dry food to be at her choosing. Another Answer: Most cats are also not grazers like cows. They are predators, so have evolved to get their food in bursts, with several hours in between. Many cats overeat if free-fed and become overweight, although this is not the case with all cats. How much you feed a cat depends on its size and activity level and of course, the quality of food that is being fed. A cat fed on lower quality foods with little meat and lots of filler such as grain, corn, wheat and other cereals will need to eat far more and if fed a food that is high in meat content, with little or no cereals. As an average guide, an average-sized cat (9-10lbs) on good quality wet food needs 150 - 200g a day. As dry food is higher in calories, the amount fed should be much less. Again, this all depends on what the quality of food is. (MORE)
Baby formula is about 12 cents per day. There are more expensive brands though. When your baby drinks about 30 ounces per day it will cost approximately $3.60. But, when your …baby grows it will start drinking about 40 ounces a day which is equal to about $4.80 a day. So on average, yearky you will spend $1,500 to $2,000 on baby formula. (MORE)
I'd think 1/2 c food 2 X day, 3/4 of a cup if it is canned, canned looks like more but its not, factor in the water content. My breeder and vet tells me to feed my four month…, eight pound puppy 1 1/2 cups of dry puppy food a day, if he wants more, feed it to him up to four hours before bedtime. At this age poodles are growing very fast. (MORE)
You are 36 weeks pregnant. (fetal age 34 weeks).
The baby is about 19 inches (48 cm) long. .
Weight is around 6 and a half pounds (3 kg). .
The baby's body is becoming chub…by as fat layers build. .
Between now and birth they may gain about an ounce (30g) a day .
While it says that your baby weighs six and a half pounds this week and measures 19 inches long, this is only an estimate. In general, babies are gaining half a pound per week now. Baby continues gaining weight as fat deposits and is forming creases in the neck and wrists. http://www.baby2see.com/development/ (MORE)
In the 1950's, formulas like Similac and Enfamil were not yet widely available. Mothers would actually use a written formula to mix up the ingredients in the formula by hand. …They would get a large bowl and combine Karo Syrup (corn syrup), evaporated milk, water, and possibly one or two other ingredients. This was the "formula" that most babies of the 1950's and even much of the 1960's were fed. (MORE)
Gold is currently around $1200 USD per ounce. There are 16 ounces in a pound and you have an 8 pound gold bracelet. So 1200 * 16 * 8 = 153,600 USD . If it is pure gold. I bel…ieve this is correct. (MORE)
My 25 lb. baby is taking 6.5 ml twice a day for 10 days. Hope thishelps. If you are giving amoxicillin (penicillin) to a baby, then it musthave been prescribed by a doctor inc…luding dosage information.Follow the doctor's instructions. Do not medicate a baby withprescription drugs meant for someone else or for an adult. Giving the wrong medication will not help, may harm, and it meansthat another correct treatment is not being used. (MORE)
From 3-6 Months,your infant is entirely dependent on Formula.Hence the consumption would be max..on an average a good branded formula would cost anything bw 18-22 $ per can.So… you would be requiring around 10 such cans for the month ( Based on personal experience),this may change depending on an infants consumption.Now my infant is 8 month old & has started eating solid foods,so the consumption of formula is only 5 cans a month. Hope this is helpful. (MORE)
Generally, the amount of formula a baby needs is the baby's weight doubled, in ounces to the baby's weight multiplied by 2.5, in ounces. Ideally, feedings would occur more fre…quently, with smaller amounts each time. (MORE)