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Im sure your vet did his best and set it as good as it could be.
Again , time will tell. You will need to keep him stalled and not active so he doesn't do more damage , but I'm sure you know that.
Prayers all heals well. Poor little guy :hug:
 

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Thanks for the input folks:)He's a grandson of the great Status Quo and I have high hopes for him!Not much quality in full blood boers in northern Ohio but I plan on changing that!
 

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I had a 5 month old doe break her from leg, I used a Pool Noodle to split it myself and you can not tell at all. i know this is not a buck and will not be using her back legs for breeding, but if you keep it on and taken care of he should be fine.

I put my doe in the barn in a smaller area, she did not move around a lot but she did get up enough that I felt better.
 
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