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thats what it sounds like to me, i would give them a very small amount of Bo-Se, I give my big dairy kids one half a cc at birth, so maybe one fourth a cc for these guys? I have never had nigerians.
Is he walking with his feet buckled over towards the front? If so this is retracted tendons and this is a commen sign of selenium deficiancy.
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Sometimes it takes legs a few days to straighten out. I had an alpine buck kid born a few years ago he was the last of triplets, poor guy couldn't stnad and his ears were all folded and kinked. We think it was just from being on the bottem and holding everyone else up. It took mis a few days to straighten out.
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