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Can you post a picture?
The web hosting site is in charge of that part and apparently the rent is getting paid so, I think it will be fine. After all Goat...
I band. I can do it. Cheaper cost. They don't seem to be bothered by it after initially putting it on. I do give a shot of Banamine...
She is a pretty girl!
I would think the hatchery would either send more chicks or credit your credit card. Five dying within 2 days of getting them isn't right.
Sounds like fun. I bet the goats will be happy.
Just a plugged teat wouldn't leave the udder large and hard. There is something wrong that you are only getting 6 ounces per milking.
I'm confused. I read that that half of the udder is big and hard. That you are only milking out 6 ounces a milking. Could you please...
Could also be silent pneumonia.
I'd call the hatchery. Was there any delay in getting the chicks in the mail? Were they transported in extreme heat?
Could be staph or orf. You could start with chlorhexidine.
Sorry for your loss. Agree with the necropsy.
I'm so sorry, only a necropsy can provide answers. Usually our local agricultural state university will offer the best price. Silent...
If that side of her udder is hard, that is a problem. You really need to do very warm compresses, massage and milk.
I know the Harlequins are good egg layers.