I'll drive out and take some pics of the nutrition info/ingredients and post it here even if I don't buy any. Or perhaps, I'll message the feed store tomorrow and see how helpful they are. Maybe they can tell me more.I think the stress of moving makes the coccidia bloom in a lot of these little ones, mine included. I’m just so glad you have a knowledgeable goat vet and bonus, she’ll come to your home. We haven’t met the only one around here yet, and he doesn’t do farm calls. Ive heard mixed reviews and am really nervous about the first time I’ll need him.
I’m curious about the mineral suggested. I’ll have to look it up and compare it to mine. Though it’s an even farther for me. I think Sweetwater is about 4.5 hours from me. What cave system are you all going to visit?
Hmm, no the instrucitons don't mention mixing in salt that I can see. Here's the other half of the label. Looks like there are a few threads on the forum about Wick's Livestock Minerals....discussions about adding lime/alfalpha and other things to increase calcium. Not real sure what I'm going to do yet.I'm a bit concerned that I don't see salt on the label. Salt is what regulates the amount the goats intake. Do you know if the label has instructions for mixing salt into it?
We were only gone from around 9:30-4:00, and they're still in our backyard, so I wasn't too worried. I'll be more worried when/if we put them in the pasture, especially during the night as our barn is open.I’m glad you had fun on your day trip. Was it scary to leave your goats all day? I haven’t been able to do it yet. About 3 hours has been my max time away so far. I live in the middle of the woods though and am very worried about predators.