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This is an oddball so I don’t know if anyone knows the answer, but I recently saw a bottle of Chlorophyll drops on my counter, labeled to “help build red blood cells.” Curious if that could be something to give to goats during times of anemia... just a thought.

I would think it’d be safe?

Anyone used it?
 

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They use it with cats and dogs..but I have not read usage in Goats.....A quick check I found this right here on TGS

liquid chlorophyll. It is completely safe, natural and virtually identical to blood in composition and my goats love it. I mix 3 parts chlorophyll 1 part blackstrap molasses and drench anemic goats as often as I can. I also dump it in their water (as long as they'll drink it that way. They MUST stay hydrated.) to make a yummy goat kool-aid.
The chlorophyll is a midwife trick that we have used on human moms. It's saved many ladies from needing blood transfusion after hemorrhage. One mom drank a whole bottle. You can hardly overdose.
 

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My pleasure.
 
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