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Merlins been out with his ladies but he needed a hoof trim and his Selenium/vit e gel so I was checking FAMACHA and overall condition and I noticed this...(see pic)
I washed it and sprayed it with Fightbac then put nustock on... should I give him some ivermectin? If so...Injectable or orally?
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That looks just like a milder case of what my buck had a couple months ago. As per the advice I received here, I picked off the scabs and applied Nu-Stock. I had intended to treat him with injectable ivermectin but never got around to weighing him and, embarrassingly, forgot about it until several weeks later. The nu-stock seemed to do the trick for my boy though, and his was a much worse case than yours!
 

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That looks just like a milder case of what my buck had a couple months ago. As per the advice I received here, I picked off the scabs and applied Nu-Stock. I had intended to treat him with injectable ivermectin but never got around to weighing him and, embarrassingly, forgot about it until several weeks later. The nu-stock seemed to do the trick for my boy though, and his was a much worse case than yours!
Thanks I didn't scrub the scabs away but will Tuesday when I reapply the nustock. I'm hoping it works,
 
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