So just out of curiosity where are you guys purchasing your Baycox from? The only place I've seen it advertised is horseprerace.com. Near as I can tell they're a compounding pharmacy who's making a "compare to Baycox" product, which makes me wonder about the efficacy of it (and the fact that Bayer hasn't tried to shut them down REALLY makes me wonder).Baycox works very well..
One more question. How young can I start worming? I have a Boer doe with triplets that my grandson is in love with I want to make sure they stay healthy.I have a question. First a little history. I have 35 breeding does and 3 bucks different breeds, mostly Boer and Nubian and Boer/Nubian x. From what I am reading I seem to have a copper deficiency. What is the best way to administer copper in sufficient doses?
what is the doseage and frequence on the D Worm A for goats?I use Fir Meadow GI Soother combined with DWorm A. If you had a serious infestation, you would triple dose and give every 15 minutes for an hour, then every hour you're awake for a day. Then three times a day for a week. I have not had an overload yet with Fir Meadow -- it works very well and worms cannot grow resistant to it. Since I live in Barberpole country, I combine GI Soother and DWorm A and give it to everyone in little molasses cookies twice weekly.
It's on the package. 1tsp per 100 lbs. Acute dosages (in case of overload) are double dose. If you have a serious problem like scours from worm overload, or bottle-jaw, they suggest double dose every 15 minutes for an hour, then every hour until you see improvement. I did this, and at the end of the 15 minutes my kid passed solid stools instead of runs. I'm doing every hour now, and if he keeps improving that will go to 3 times a day until his symptoms are gone. Intensive, but worms cannot grow resistant to the herbs, so when I can, I use them.what is the doseage and frequence on the D Worm A for goats?