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We all worry about our goat babies! That is what makes all of us so special. We care enough to BE THERE..for you..because we may need you sometime. We talk from our hearts and our experiences. Thats what makes these people great. Not regurgitating words..shareing actual hands on experiences we have gone through with our herds.
 

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Usually...not all the time...the loose stools are worm load. I would take a fecal sample to your vet. Let him do a fecal and go from there. That would end the guessing game and your vet would be there to help. Garlic & hay usually dont cause loose stools. Carrots are higher in sugar and can affect the rumen like grain.
 

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We all are learning. Its fun to be new..and enjoy those goats. The fecal is the box that you need to put the berries in. The results will tell you how many & what kind of worms the goat has. So then you can decide what wormer you need.
Yes the carrot can be used as a treat. The hay, pygmie mix , is what they both will need. Lots of fresh clean water to drink. Its sounds to me you are a :great: goat mom. Hang in there!
 
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