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    Thread: Michigan Rendy
Post: Michigan Rendy

The plan is September 19, 20, &21. White Cloud, Mi. 49349 Kid friendly, light alcoholic beverages allowed. Bring some food to share for dinner and breakfast, lunch is typically done on the trails....
Emma NAPgA News and Land Use Issues 0 2,542 08-11-2014, 06:27 AM
    Thread: Goats giving pitiful amount of milk.
Post: RE: Goats giving pitiful amount of milk.

What kind of grain? Just a standard 16%? Definitely up the grain. Go slow with it, but definitely up it. Standard rule of thumb I use is 2 pounds of grain for every three pounds of milk the produce. A...
Emma Health and Wellness 8 13,325 07-25-2014, 04:21 PM
    Thread: Sick Goat
Post: RE: Sick Goat

1cc per 25 lbs is what's on the bottle, that dose isn't strong enough to work properly and will create resistance faster because you're under dosing them. Most wormers you have to really up it, since ...
Emma Health and Wellness 62 95,544 07-20-2014, 08:26 AM
    Thread: Sick Goat
Post: RE: Sick Goat

It is, it works well. It can't be used on pregnant does, so my back up is Ivomec Plus.
Emma Health and Wellness 62 95,544 07-19-2014, 05:31 PM
    Thread: Sick Goat
Post: RE: Sick Goat

Valbazen works well where I'm at here in Michigan. It's broad spectrum, and it and Ivomec Plus are the only two that I know of that kill liver flukes as well. Don't go by the dose on the bottle, use ...
Emma Health and Wellness 62 95,544 07-19-2014, 05:08 PM
    Thread: Aggression- What to do?
Post: RE: Aggression- What to do?

When he first started acting out, that's what I did. I'd get him down for 10-15 minutes until he started throwing a fit again for a second time, then go longer until he gave up for real. I'd still do ...
Emma Training at Home and On the Trail 6 16,292 07-18-2014, 03:40 PM
    Thread: Aggression- What to do?
Post: Aggression- What to do?

My wether has been getting quite aggressive towards me lately, he's fine with other goats. Posturing, blocking my path, raising his hackles, etc. This started about three months ago. Each time it has ...
Emma Training at Home and On the Trail 6 16,292 07-18-2014, 02:20 PM
    Thread: New from New England
Post: RE: New from New England

Welcome! :D
Emma Introductions and Networking 19 31,588 03-30-2014, 07:46 PM
    Thread: Lost a bottle baby tonight
Post: RE: Lost a bottle baby tonight

Gosh, so sorry you lost him.
Emma Health and Wellness 12 19,522 03-16-2014, 05:17 AM
    Thread: Hey guys! :)
Post: RE: Hey guys! :)

Thanks for the welcome. :) Yeah, sure did. He was the lucky one though, his sister lost a chunk of ear. Their ears were floppy as kids, gradually got better. He's the one on the left in this pictur...
Emma Introductions and Networking 4 23,149 03-14-2014, 05:47 PM
    Thread: Hey guys! :)
Post: Hey guys! :)

Well, thought it was about time I made it over here. :) I recognize some of y'all from TGS, as that's where I found out about y'all. My name is Emma, I'm from Michigan, and I'm pretty new to packing. ...
Emma Introductions and Networking 4 23,149 03-14-2014, 04:49 PM