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  1. Health & Wellness
    What are these spots? We have treated the goats for mange and ringworm and it they wont go away. They seem to be getting worse. I also cant really find anything that looks like them on the internet.
  2. Health & Wellness
    So I got this doe, Georgia, in January. The owners tricked me into thinking she was super pregnant and healthy, but that turned out to be anything but. I got her back and took her to the vet and he told me she had tapeworms, an upper respiratory infection, and that her blood test came back...
  3. Health & Wellness
    I have a doe who has both mastitis & an injured teat end. To milk her I must remove a scab at the teat orifice. At next milking it is again scabbed over. There has to be a way to get her milked & treated when necessary without the pain of removing a scab each time. Also, there needs to be a way...
  4. Health & Wellness
    One of my does is scabbing and losing fur around her ankles and hooves... I've read about administering Ivermectin, but I believe she is pregnant, and I don't want to risk her losing her kids if she is. She is likely to be due here in April. (Not 100% sure because I didn't see her come into...
  5. Health & Wellness
    One of my Does kidded early March. She is still letting the kids nurse but I also often see them fight for a teat. I know they are getting plenty of milk and are thriving and growing. I'm worried that they are the cause of the scabbing at the base of her teats... Any advice for what to do...
  6. Health & Wellness
    Hello I have a doe that had what I thought was a cut in her upper hip , leg by her tail. It was bleeding I cleaned it and it seemed to heal ( scab over). Now I am noticing new sore spots inches from the original spot. I am worried that it is something more than a cut. Could this be summer sores...
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