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Re: BoSe isn't always safe!

Amber Waves Pygmy Goats Agricultural Sulfur

Posted by maggie on June 02, 2002 at 10:11:41:

In Reply to: BoSe isn't always safe! posted by Lila on June 02, 2002 at 09:43:37:

I agree! We live in a selenium deficient area too. I have used Bo Se successfully BUT you have to know the dose YOUR goats need. A simple blood test on a representitive number of goats (some young some older, some bucks some does) will give you a good idea if your goats need selenium. We have found that making sure the goats get adequate selenium in their feed and loose mineral mix has let us discontinue the injections. Needles to say that is less work for us and less pain for the goats!



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