This chart is for grey squirrels from 6 weeks of age that are being fed every 4 hours without a nightly feeding. Solid foods should also be offered by now and the amount of formula may be less depending on what they are eating.
The weights here may be more or less those of the squirrel you have. Usually by this point I have quit weighing them as I know what amount they should be eating.
Just remember that you MUST weigh the babies on digital GRAM scales and calculate the amount in order to know how much to feed them.
|80 gr||4.00 cc||106 gr||5.30 cc|
|82 gr||4.10 cc||108 gr||5.40 cc|
|84 gr||4.20 cc||110 gr||5.50 cc|
|86 gr||4.30 cc||112 gr||5.60 cc|
|88 gr||4.40 cc||114 gr||5.70 cc|
|90 gr||4.50 cc||116 gr||5.80 cc|
|92 gr||4.60 cc||118 gr||5.90 cc|
|94 gr||4.70 cc||120 gr||6.00 cc|
|96 gr||4.80 cc||122 gr||6.10 cc|
|98 gr||4.90 cc||124 gr||6.20 cc|
|100 gr||5.00 cc||126 gr||6.30 cc|
|102 gr||5.10 cc||128 gr||6.40 cc|
|104 gr||5.20 cc||130 gr||6.50 cc|