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Some sort of nubian cross most likely.. Is he always hunched back like that?
 

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Do you plan to worm him? The hunched back is not good. I would also give him some B Complex and Probios.
 

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Do you plan to worm him? The hunched back is not good. I would also give him some B Complex and Probios.
I agree... Looks like some copper could help as well.. He looks like he was stunted from cocci previously... Or he has a heavy worm load. I would send a fecal into the vet and have them check for cocci too.
 

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Cashgora/Nubian. Nubian ears, cashgora fiber, and we have an Angora wether with the same horns. Though, that's just my guess. I agree he should be wormed, hunch backs are a bad sign.
 

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The tips of his horns has a small twist to it. I've been giving him a 5day treatment of corid cocciostat and i gave him wormer 3weeks ago

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I hope so as well i have done lost 7 this year an i got to one that is dieing now so a total 8 goats 10 months an now a batch of pink eye has hit us

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