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Amber Waves Pygmy Goats Agricultural Sulfur

Posted by Diana C on July 21, 2002 at 21:41:09:

Sorry I didn't get back on right away to answetr your question.
If you've been worming with ivernmectin already before the goat became ill, I would doubt that meningeal worm would be a strong possibility, since it acts as a preventative for about a month.
If the goat did not have the preventative treatment, and you suspected deerworm, the treatment would be injected-- and at the dose of 1cc per 50 lbs., since at that point you're treating an already establishesd infection.
Hope this helps.
Diana C

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