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Baby formula feeding chart: How much formula by weight and age

Is your baby getting too much or too little formula? It's an important question that worries many new parents, especially those with newborns. When deciding how much formula to give your baby, it's important to watch their hunger cues as well as looking at guidelines based on age and weight. In general, before they're eating solids, babies need 2.5 ounces of formula per pound of body weight each day.

These guidelines are for babies who are exclusively formula-fed for the first 4 to 6 months, and then fed a combination of formula and solids up to age 1. If your baby is getting a combination of breast milk and formula, talk to their doctor for separate advice.

Your pediatrician can tell you where your baby falls on the growth charts, make sure they're growing steadily on their own growth curve, and help you ensure that they're getting a healthy amount of formula. If you're ever worried about your baby's growth, behavior, or development, talk with their doctor.

How much formula for a newborn

For the first few days, offer your newborn 1 to 2 ounces of formula every 2 or 3 hours. (At first, newborns may only take a half ounce of formula at a time.)

After the first few days, give your newborn 2 to 3 ounces of formula every 3 to 4 hours.

Initially it's best to feed your formula-fed newborn on demand, whenever they show signs that they're hungry. Because your little one can't tell you when they want a bottle, you'll need to learn to read their hunger cues. Crying is often a late sign of hunger, so if you can, try to catch the earlier signs that it's time for a feeding.

Here are some hunger cues to watch for:

  • Smacking or licking their lips
  • Rooting (moving their jaw, mouth, or head in search of food)
  • Putting their hands to their mouth
  • Opening their mouth
  • Fussiness
  • Sucking on things
  • Becoming more alert
  • Crying

As time passes, your newborn will begin to develop a fairly regular feeding schedule. You'll become familiar with their cues and needs, and knowing when and how much to feed them will be much easier.

Formula feeding chart by weight

During the first 4 to 6 months, when your baby isn't eating solid foods, here's a simple rule of thumb: Offer 2.5 ounces of formula per pound of body weight every 24 hours, with a maximum of about 32 ounces.

Weight Ounces of formula
6 pounds 15 fl oz every 24 hours
7 pounds 17.5 fl oz every 24 hours
8 pounds 20 fl oz every 24 hours
9 pounds 22.5 fl oz every 24 hours
10 pounds 25 fl oz every 24 hours
11 pounds 27.5 fl oz every 24 hours
12 pounds 30 fl oz every 24 hours

These numbers aren't rigid rules. They offer a rough estimate for what your baby may need. Some babies will grow well while taking less than the recommended amount, while others consistently need more. Your baby's daily feedings will also vary according to their individual needs – in other words, they may want a bit more on some days and a bit less on others.

Formula feeding chart by age

Here are typical amounts per day based on age:

Age Ounces of formula
Full-term newborn 2 ounces per bottle every 3 to 4 hours
1 month old 3 to 4 ounces per bottle every 3 to 4 hours
2 month old 4 to 5 ounces per bottle every 3 to 4 hours
3 month old 4 to 6 ounces per bottle every 3 to 4 hours
4 month old 4 to 6 ounces per bottle, 4 to 6 times a day
5 month old 4 to 6 ounces per bottle, 4 to 6 times a day
6 month old 6 to 8 ounces per bottle, 4 to 5 times a day
7 month old 6 to 8 ounces per bottle, 3 to 5 times a day

From 8 months old until their first birthday, you can expect your baby to have 7 to 8 ounces per bottle, 3 to 4 times a day.

As your baby gets older – and their tummy gets bigger – they'll drink fewer bottles a day with more formula in each. It's important not to overfeed your baby so they'll stay at a healthy weight. Your baby shouldn't have more than 32 ounces of formula in 24 hours.

When they reach their first birthday, they can stop drinking formula and transition to cow's milk in a bottle, sippy cup, straw cup, or open cup. Limit your toddler to 16 to 24 ounces (2 to 2.5 cups) a day of whole milk, so they have room for other healthy foods.

Signs that your baby's getting enough formula

Here are signs that your baby's getting all the formula they need:

  • Steady weight gain. They continue to gain weight after their first 10 days and follow a healthy growth curve during their first year. (Most babies lose up to 7 to 10 percent of their birth weight in the first few days and then regain it by the time they're about 2 weeks old.)
  • Happy baby. They seem relaxed and satisfied after a feeding.
  • Wet diapers. They wet two to three diapers a day in the first few days after birth. Over the next few days, the amount should increase to at least five to six wet diapers a day.

Signs your baby's getting too much formula

Babies are usually good at eating the amount they need, but bottle-fed babies can drink too much at times. Here are the signs that they're getting too much formula:

  • Vomiting after a feeding may be a sign that your baby had too much. (Spitting up is normal, vomiting isn't.)
  • Tummy pain after a feeding can also be a sign of overfeeding. If your baby draws up their legs or their tummy seems tense, they may be in pain. (See other possible reasons for stomach pain in babies.)

If your baby seems to want to eat all the time, even after finishing a bottle, talk to your pediatrician. Using a pacifier may help soothe their need to suck.

Formula-feeding tips

  • In general, babies eat when they're hungry and stop when they're full, so resist the temptation to encourage your baby to finish each bottle. Overfeeding during infancy can contribute to obesity later in life.
  • Don't respond to your baby's every cry with a bottle. They may be crying because their diaper is wet, they're cold or hot, they need to be burped, or they want to be close to you. (Learn more about why babies cry, and how to soothe them.)
  • Your baby may be hungrier than usual during growth spurts. These typically occur 10 to 14 days after birth and around 3 weeks, 6 weeks, 3 months, and 6 months of age.

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Amount and Schedule of Baby Formula Feedings

  • ​In the first week after birth, babies should be eating no more than about 1 to 2 ounces (30 to 60 ml) per feed.
  • During the first month, babies gradually eat more until they take 3 to 4 ounces (90 to 120 ml) per feed, amounting to 32 ounces per day. Formula-fed babies typically feed on a more regular schedule, such as every 3 or 4 hours. Breastfed babies usually take smaller, more frequent feedings than formula-fed infants.

If your baby sleeps longer than 4 to 5 hours during the first few weeks after birth and starts missing feedings, wake them up and offer a bottle.

  • By the end of the first month: Your baby will be up to at least 3 to 4 ounces (120 mL) per feeding, with a fairly predictable schedule of feedings about every 3 to 4 hours.

  • By 6 months: Your baby will consume 6 to 8 ounces (180–240 mL) at each of 4 or 5 feedings in 24 hours.

Formula feeding based on body weight

On average, your baby should take in about 2½ ounces (75 mL) of infant formula a day for every pound (453 g) of body weight. But they probably will regulate their intake from day to day to meet their own specific needs, so let them tell you when they've had enough. If they become fidgety or easily distracted during a feeding, they're probably finished. If they drain the bottle and continues smacking their lips, they might still be hungry.

There are high and low limits, however. If your baby consistently seems to want more or less than this, discuss it with your pediatrician. Your baby should usually drink no more than an average of about 32 ounces (960 mL) of formula in 24 hours. Some babies have higher needs for sucking and may just want to suck on a pacifier after feeding.

On-demand feeding

Initially it is best to feed your formula-fed newborn a bottle on demand, or whenever they cry with hunger. As time passes, your baby will begin to develop a fairly regular timetable of their own. As you become familiar with their signals and needs, you'll be able to schedule their feedings around their routine.

Eating & sleeping patterns

Between 2 and 4 months of age (or when the baby weighs more than 12 lb. [5.4 kg]), most formula-fed babies no longer need a middle-of-the-night feedings. They're consuming more during the day, and their sleeping patterns have become more regular (although this varies considerably from baby to baby). Their stomach capacity has increased, too, which means they may go longer between daytime feedings—occasionally up to 4 or 5 hours at a time.

If your baby still seems to feed very frequently or consume larger amounts, try distracting them with play or with a pacifier. Sometimes patterns of obesity begin during infancy, so it is important not to overfeed your baby.

Getting to know your baby's feeding needs

The most important thing to remember, whether you breastfeed or bottlefeed, is that your baby's feeding needs are unique. No book―or website―can tell you precisely how much or how often they need to be fed or exactly how you should handle them during feedings. You will discover these things for yourself as you and your baby get to know each other.

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Adapted from Caring for Your Baby and Young Child: Birth to Age 5 7th Edition (Copyright © 2019 American Academy of Pediatrics)

The information contained on this Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. There may be variations in treatment that your pediatrician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

Child nutrition from 0 to 1.

5 years old

Child nutrition is one of the important issues that every mother faces. How long to breastfeed, where to start complementary foods, how to feed a one-year-old baby?

Ashikhmina Olga Vladimirovna, a specialist in the cabinet for raising a healthy child at the Children's Polyclinic No. 1, tells about the nutrition of a child aged 0 to 1.5 years.

Speaking about the nutrition of a child up to 1.5 years old, I would like to divide the topic into several parts: breastfeeding and complementary foods.

When it comes to breastfeeding, healthcare professionals today are doing everything they can to maintain and encourage breastfeeding (BF).

The WHO Declaration "Protect, Promote, Support Breastfeeding" proclaims 10 principles of breastfeeding.

10 principles of breastfeeding:

1. Strictly adhere to the established rules for breastfeeding and regularly communicate these rules to medical personnel and women in labor.

2. Train medical personnel in the necessary skills for the implementation of breastfeeding practices.

3. Inform all pregnant women about the benefits and techniques of breastfeeding.

4. Help mothers initiate breastfeeding within the first half hour after delivery.

5. Show mothers how to breastfeed and how to maintain lactation, even if they are temporarily separated from their children.

6. Give newborns no food or drink other than breast milk, unless medically indicated.

7. Practice having the mother and newborn side by side in the same room around the clock.

8. Encourage breastfeeding on demand, not on schedule.

9. Do not give breastfeeding newborns any sedatives or devices that mimic the mother's breast (nipples, etc.)

10. Encourage the establishment of breastfeeding support groups and refer mothers to these groups after discharge from the hospital or hospital.

From the birth of a baby, medical workers are ready to help mothers with breastfeeding and child care. The patronage service, which visits newborns for examinations, actively advocates for the support of breastfeeding and is always ready to advise the mother on feeding the baby.

Experts advise to feed the baby not according to the schedule, but at the request of the baby. At first, feeding can be up to 10-12 times a day. After a month, the mother can switch to the regime - once every 3 hours, including feeding at night.

If the baby constantly requires the breast and eats for a long time, it is necessary to check whether the baby is properly attached to the breast. On this issue, a woman can always contact a pediatrician or a healthy child's office. The specialist weighs the baby before and after feeding and determines how much milk the baby receives and, if necessary, tells how to properly attach the baby to the breast.

What influences a mother's milk supply? One factor is nutrition. A nursing woman should eat a varied diet at least 6 times a day. Favorably, a nursing woman is influenced by walks in the fresh air, physical activity. And, of course, as far as possible, it is important for a nursing woman to protect herself from stress as much as possible. Stress negatively affects lactation.

How long should I breastfeed my baby? Breastfeeding, according to pediatricians and neonatologists, must be maintained in the first year of a baby's life. At the same time, it is important to understand that in addition to milk, the child needs other food, which will form the taste habits of the baby, develop social skills.

Complementary foods

From 4 to 6 months, it is necessary and necessary to introduce complementary foods into the baby's diet. Why from 4 to 6 months? This is the so-called window of tolerance. Products introduced into the diet during this period are well tolerated by young children.

Complementary foods are given to the child in the first half of the day before breastfeeding, sitting in the mother's arms, starting with 1 teaspoon. For 7 days, bring up to 100-150 g of the product. For a whole week we give the same product, constantly increasing its quantity.

Meals for children of the first year of life are boiled in water or steamed, crushed with a blender and given to the child in liquid form, moreover, salt, sugar and spices are not added.

If a child develops an allergy to a certain product, we cancel it and introduce another product after 2-3 days.

Complementary foods begin with the introduction of vegetables or cereals. Underweight children with unstable stools start with cereals. Porridges are not milk based, gluten free. Complementary foods are introduced from three cereals - buckwheat, rice, corn.

For overweight children with constipation, it is recommended to start complementary foods with vegetable purees. 3 weeks - 3 vegetable purees - from cauliflower, broccoli and zucchini.

Meat puree is introduced into the artsion from 6 months: first turkey and rabbit, then beef, chicken is introduced last.

Fruit puree is introduced from 6-6.5 months. Yolk from 7 months to ¼ boiled yolk, protein is not introduced at 1 year of age.

From 8 months old, cottage cheese is added to the diet, from 8 months and 1 week - kefir, fish puree from 8 months and 2 weeks - lean fish is given instead of meat puree once a week.

Bread can be introduced into the diet from 8 months. Vegetable oil with vegetable puree, butter in porridge, 0.5 tsp each. into porridge.

Fruit juice can be introduced no earlier than 9-10 months.

It is important to introduce one new food per week to monitor the child's response to a particular food.

Do not introduce new products during professional vaccinations or when the baby is unwell.

From 8-9 months thicker food with small pieces can be included.

By the age of 1, breastfeeding continues, but only 2-3 times a day.

Nutrition from 1 to 1.5 years

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After 1 year, cheese can and should be introduced. Cottage cheese in such large quantities as before is not needed - 2-3 times a week is enough. Egg white is introduced into the diet 2-3 pieces per week.

At this age, we can start feeding our baby soups cooked in the second broth. We cook boneless meat, after boiling the broth is drained and filled with water. This broth can be given to a one-year-old child - it is less fat than the first.

At this age, the child can be given beets, cook borscht.

Closer to 1.5 years, we introduce salads into the diet - cucumber and tomato, beets and carrots.

By the age of 1. 5, a fairly varied diet and now we can make a daily menu for him - breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

I would like to note that complementary foods are a very important social component in a child's life. Complementary feeding is not only the introduction of food, it is teaching the child hygiene skills - we teach the baby to wash his hands before eating, sit on a chair at the table, hold a spoon on his own. For a toddler, these are important social skills that will come in handy later in kindergarten.

Daily ration for a child aged 12-18 months

If we talk about the child's daily menu for the day. At 1-1.5 years, the daily diet may look like this:


  • Milk porridge - 150 ml
  • Fruit - 30 g
  • Fruit tea - 120 ml


  • Vegetable salad with herbs and vegetable oil - 40 ml
  • Vegetable puree soup - 120 g
  • Meat soufflé - 50 g
  • Boiled potatoes - 50g
  • Compote - 100 g


  • Sour milk drink - 120 ml
  • Curd - 30 g
  • Fruit - 120 ml


  • Vegetable stew - 120 g
  • Chicken cutlet - 70 g
  • Bread - 30 g
  • Water/herbal tea - 100 ml

Before bed:

Infant formula - 200 ml

The subject of nutrition and feeding of the baby is inexhaustible. You can also read additional materials on this issue in the Internet account of a healthy child.

You can get face-to-face advice on the nutrition of a child under 1.5 years old at your pediatrician or in the office of a healthy child at Children's Polyclinic No. 1 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 to 16:00 by appointment.

Address: Children's Polyclinic No. 1, Zavodskaya, 32

Appointment by phone: +7 (343) 228-59-33

Dimensions and dimensions of a sea container 10 feet

Dimensions and dimensions of a sea container 10 feet

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The ten-foot container resembles the classic five-ton container known since Soviet times. The difference is a larger volume and increased rigidity of the frame.

Features of model

Dimensions of a 10-foot container and a load capacity of 22 (28) tons make it possible to use this container for the transportation of goods in small batches. This eliminates the need to use full-sized containers.

In fact, this type is half a twenty-foot container: read more about it here. Often new models come to the market paired (welded). They are used separately or together as needed. The 10ft box is impact resistant and completely sealed.

10ft container specification



Standard (10’GP)

High Cube





















Important parameters

Total box weight

1200 kg

1200 kg

Total internal volume (m3)

16. 5


All important information is located on the outside of the doors (owner's information, date of issue, load capacity, etc.).

10' Container

10' Container - Gate (door) dimensions in meters:

  • Width: 2.33;
  • length: 2.29.


  • Standard (10’GP): 22 tons.
  • High Cube: 28 tons.

For the competent organization of the transportation of materials, goods or other valuables, it is recommended to use Euro pallets. The pallets are equipped with recesses specially designed for forklift grips. They also have technological protrusions for securing the slings if the load is suspended.

Europallets (mm):

  • Dimensions: 800*1200.
  • Number of pallets that can be used: 5 pcs.

Container-Deshevo can buy a 10-foot model at an affordable cost.

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