I was wondering if BoSe dosing is pretty standardized or if it is different depending on the region. My vet told me to give 6 mL BoSe per adult goat (he knows they’re all Nigerian Dwarf as he was looking at them when he told me the dose to give) and 2 mL per goat kid. This seems way higher than most people are saying they dose, and is much higher than the labeled dosing for sheep. However, it does correlate with the selenium content in the MultiMin dose he told me (1 mL per 100# has 5 mg selenium) and that matches product labeling. My vet when we were in Mississippi was giving BoSe at 6 mL per goat as well. I have given the 6 mL this past spring (prior to kidding) and gave this past fall prior to breeding season. No one showed any signs of toxicity, though I know it has a narrow therapeutic index. In fact one of my does could probably use more looking at her tail. They do have free choice minerals out, as well as a selenium block that they don’t touch. Should I scale back my BoSe dosing pre kidding to 1 mL/40# or go with my vet’s dosage?