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Old Mon, Apr-15-19, 09:32
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Just a word about goats, they are supposed to be the most worm infested of all the farm animals so make sure to worm them regularly. I have cattle and a horses for years and worm them every 6 months.
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Old Mon, Apr-15-19, 23:56
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Youre right, They are suseptable to infestation because they're browsers rather than grazers. Some
worm every 6weeks, or by FEC, mine were extensively browseing on large area of scrub. No bother now though, we ate ate them.
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