Note: This list is to help eveyone, whether they choose to do things holistically and naturally, or they perfer a more traditional Western Medicine way. I offer options for each livestyle choice when applicable.
Maintenance log- three ring binder, paper & pen or various computer files
copies of the medicine dosage pages of this site.
Probios or some other probiotic that contains
specific, beneficial bacteria to keep the rumen working. Yogurt is a poor substitute since it does not contain all the proper bacteria. Use during
and following antibiotic treatment or any time a goat seems "off".
Also helps relieve stress.
Remedy - beneficial
for traumatic situations, such as, stress, emergencies, illness and
many other stressful situations. A does labor can be made easier
and less traumatic by giving Rescue Remedy.
Marvelous Herbal Salve - used
for just about anything to do with the skin: burns, bruises, dry or
chapped skin, cuts, scrapes, wounds, insect bites, irritations, eczema,
"udder pox", "sore butt", etc.
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