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  1. Health & Wellness
    My young doe, Amy, less than a year old, had her first heat a couple of months ago. A couple weeks later I noticed her udder was enlarged and hard. I took her to the vet and they treated her for mastitis, an antibiotic shot. They said it should start to improve within a few days. It has gotten...
  2. Health & Wellness
    The only doe I had freshened this year got mastitis on me and I cleared her up with the Today cow mastitis medicine from farm and fleet due to a recommendation from another goat person close to me, I've been hearing that Today will be going to prescription from vet? I was wondering if I could...
  3. Health & Wellness
    Hi, I haven't been on here for ages so hi all. :) Long story short, I have a jersey cow now instead of goats. Last year on calving we had slight lumps in udder, and in milk. Vet said it was not enough to show up on a test if mastitis, so I just massaged, hot-packed, and stripped. It cleared up...
  4. Health & Wellness
    I have a first time mom with mastitis we got her on the mend. Someone said that once a goat gets mastitis shel get it about every time she has new babies. Is this true? Is it something she will most likely always have a problem with or is it she's just at risk for reoccurrence?
  5. Goat Management
    2 questions: 1: Can Masti-Clear be used on goats? I cant find information on whether its safe or not. 2: Can it be used instead of Today? Today seems to not work as well on my goats that end up with mastitis and often I have to do double treatments. I'm wondering if this is an alternative I can...
  6. Health & Wellness
    My Nigerian goat is our main milk source (she kidded last December so no kids to worry about). Today she appears to have a swollen left udder which is tender. It's not horrible, but I know that we have to treat it immediately. Ordering meds requires waiting for Valley Vet to ship, so we're...
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