But it helped me learn more about those issues in goats. Since I've only been raising goats for a couple years, any info is good info for me to keep learning.
And that's good your herd has been tested free of that yucky disease! It always is a great feeling knowing your animals are in good shape!
Ok I'll do that. The vet should open in about 8 hours:barnie:th
Its 12:30am here in Texas. So I have a few hours to wait before I can take a stool sample. But I will let you know what ends up happening. Hopefully it's nothing too serious and is treatable:fl
Okay, I'll get a small sample and try to see if my local vet will do a stool sample.
I haven't checked for a fever on her. I don't have a way of checking it. Guess I gotta add that to my list of things to get.
They are beautiful and very sweet. But this whole poop situation is stressing me...
Thanks for the info, I've never had heard about johnes up until today.
What should I do to treat her diarrhea?
It's so bad, and I've never dealt with this before. Atleast not in goats. When my does have gone into labor and had their kids they had crusty butts and bleeding, but never this runny...