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Re: What is the least painful procedure in getting your little buck fixed?

Farm Animal Tees! 60cc Syringe
Posted by Glenn on August 23, 2001 at 22:52:17:

In Reply to: What is the least painful procedure in getting your little buck fixed? posted by Taelor Warnick on August 23, 2001 at 14:40:07:

There is another way and that's a burdizo, you just take a clamp sort of like a vise grip c clamp and clamp the cords right thru the sack it doesn't break the skin or anything, fellows sore for a couple of days and that's it. My vet charges about $10.00 to burdio a buck for me. You do not want to castrate to early because he doesn't have time to grow and u calculi can be worse for him. His tube is smaller and its easier for him to stop up.
I'd castrate about 3 to 4 months old.

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