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red
7 years ago (31 replies) |
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red
7 years ago (34 replies) |
Last reply by Sharon : yes too much can be trimmed off the hoof. Actually, the hoof heel acts as a cushion so you do want 'some' padding there. You see this heel 'padding' even on your youngest kids hooves since goats are born with it. Trim the toes... more»
red
8 years ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by Sharon : Long range consequences of nutritional imbalance: If a doe suffering fom this imbalance during late gestation doesn't die at some stage, a few more freshenings with the same diet will leave her heart muscle so weakened that it'll... more»
red
8 years ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by Sharon : "Western false hellebore, or veratrum (sometimes called wild corn or cow cabbage), is a range plant that causes severe poisoning in sheep. It also affects cattle and goats. If ewes, nanny goats, and cows eat it during... more»
red
9 years ago (6 replies) |
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red
9 years ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by Sharon : I would like to add something here about using herbal wormers on pregnant does. Since I don't breed and have no caoncerns about herbs and pregnant does, I did a little more research into the use of herbal wormers and pregnant... more»
red
9 years ago (9 replies) |
Last reply by Sharon : I am glad you figured it out!! Keep the pics coming. Everyone.... There are two threads now in the group for photos. One for all NEW KIDS (babies born this year) and one for all other goat photos. Please choose the... more»
red
10 years ago (11 replies) |