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What are your thoughts on this Nubians rear end? She is 7 months old. Just purchased her.
Her vagina looks swollen and wet..maybe in heat?
But her booty end Looks a little dirty...worms? Her eyelid and coat look fine...
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(I know most of you will say take a sample in which i will but in the mean time...would like opinions)
 

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She had one clumpy poop (which made me think worms again) but then the rest have been normal pellets...
The lady said she did worm her (the whole herd) 5 days ago with liquid safeguard...
All her goats looked great though. ‍♀

(I gave her some probiotics when we got home just to help with any stress from the trip home. )
 

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It could just have been moving stress and diet changes that made her have some clumpieness. I will say that safeguard does not work as well as other wormers in some areas, so a fecal still would be a good idea.;) More probiotic wouldn't hurt while your figuring out if worms are an issue.

She's a pretty girl by the way. She looks very healthy otherwise.
 

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I think she is in season. What does your buck think? You can’t fool him. If you let him around her for a few minutes you’ll know for sure. I would not let him with her for long , just to see reaction then take him out . If he shows no interest in her then it’s something else.
 

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I think she is in season. What does your buck think? You can't fool him. If you let him around her for a few minutes you'll know for sure. I would not let him with her for long , just to see reaction then take him out . If he shows no interest in her then it's something else.
I have a 4 month old buckling who tried getting on her right away haha. He's so much shorter than her it's entertaining.
 

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She looks pregnant to me! I am most likely wrong but as soon as I opened up the post and saw the photos I thought it!
I thought that also when I purchased her. And asked if she's ran with a buck already and she said no...and she had them in separate pens...

So then I thought okay maybe bloated?
And she said she thought it was because she was eating too many carbs...so she stopped feeding them the feed mixed with corn. I dunno.
I'll take in a fecal and start there...
 

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I thought that also when I purchased her. And asked if she's ran with a buck already and she said no...and she had them in separate pens...

So then I thought okay maybe bloated?
And she said she thought it was because she was eating too many carbs...so she stopped feeding them the feed mixed with corn. I dunno.
I'll take in a fecal and start there...
Why does everybody want to feed corn? Corn for me has proved to be a disaster for feed. Maybe a little once in a while but none is better. IMO
 
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