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When I bought my pregnant doe, she had very loose stools: they looked more like a cow's than a goat's. As soon as she kidded, I treated her with the 3-day formula, then gave her formula 2 weekly for a few weeks. I didn't see any improvement right away, so I gave her another 3 day wormwood dose, and by the following day, her stools were normal goat berries and have been since.
Molly, I can't thank you enough for the products you make and the resources you offer. I'm a big fan.
I used the herbal wormer on 4 alpines. One of my does is very susceptible to worms. Even with the commercial wormers, she would continue to get worms after a short period. With the herbal wormer, I have no problem with worms.
Juli (retired vet tech and herbalist) - December 3rd 2009
I've been making my own herbal wormer for years but with the addition of our goats it costs me more to make than to buy Molly's premixed. The only difference between Molly's and mine is the black walnut and the price. All our animals ... dogs, cats, poultry, rabbit and goats have done wonderfully and have remained parasite free after being on Molly's for 6 months. Molly's is a blessing and makes one less thing for me to have to do or worry about.
Works like a charm! You must use it as directed and be faithful, but it really does work. Our goats are sleek and healthy.
Worming them with chemicals, using a needle was oh-so DRAMATIC. The goats would fall over and pretend to die of the pain. The oral chemical wormer was no better. They would run away and fight all the way through the experience.
The dosage balls are yummy treats and the goats gobble them up without even guessing that they are being tricked into taking their wormer!
We bought our first goats in summer of 2007 and this is the only thing we've used for deworming them. Earlier this year I had to take a young Nigerian Dwarf buck to the vet for a persistent cough, and he did a fecal count - it was less than "normal" for a healthy goat, I think it was 2, which is great of course!
Except for the one trip to the vet for the cough (I think he had been stressed from when we got him and he was taken from his mom in wet cold weather), we have never needed to take a goat to the vet, nor had any signs of sickness.
We have had three does to give birth with all healthy moms and babies. (One just delivered yesterday -a Nigerian who delivered 4 on the 4th!) The first two moms' babies never showed a single sign of colic, and we gave them no other medicine or vaccines other than the herbal worm formula. It is obvious to me that it keeps them healthy by doing more than just getting rid of worms.
I have been using Molly's wormers for my goats and now my chickens. They have all been worm free for over two years. Many of my goats and chickens are rescues and come to me full of worms and with ragged feathers/coats. Within a few weeks the chickens are fully feathered and the goats have lovely shiny coats.