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Well, Beebop will be an "it" in a few weeks if all went well... Poor little baby:( He actually took it rather well, but his mom had a few things to say to me, she was NOT happy... He should be okay by tomorrow AM right?
 

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It'll take a few days before he is acting normal. Took about 1.5-2 months for my boys' sacks to come off.
 

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Yep he will be back to himself in no time :) and yah, it does take a bit for the sack to fall off
 

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Well, Beebop will be an "it" in a few weeks if all went well... Poor little baby:( He actually took it rather well, but his mom had a few things to say to me, she was NOT happy... He should be okay by tomorrow AM right?
Yes, he should be fine by morning.
 

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Seeing how you are pretty good and making products outta goats milk, you thinking of maybe making a coin purse outta the... well you know. :)
My brother still hasn't gotten over the fact that I banded my bucklings, so when I found the sack after it had fallen off, I threw it at him and said 'Here's your future keychain!'
Ahh.... Fun on the farm! :)

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I just banded our twin bucklings... mu first time, too. I gave them their tetanus first. Now they are falling over, laying down, obviously uncomfortable, and I feel horrible.

Did you give them anything for pain relief? I feel like I should do something.
 

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I just banded our twin bucklings... mu first time, too. I gave them their tetanus first. Now they are falling over, laying down, obviously uncomfortable, and I feel horrible.

Did you give them anything for pain relief? I feel like I should do something.
I gave him baby aspirin cause I felt so bad... He was back up and find by the next morning, so I was relieved:)
 
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