Keeps best in hot climates when refrigerated. Albadry Plus - Teat infusion medication containing procaine penicillin and novobiocin sodium for treating mastitis in non-lactating goats and drying up lactating goats. A comment about antibiotics: Due to the goat's very fast metabolism, antibiotics (whether given orally or injectably) must be given for five consecutive days. Used to clear air passages when bronchitis exists. Pneumonia Vaccines: Presponse HM and Poly Bac Somnus. Colostrum Replacers & Supplements - Do not confuse these two types of products. TENNESSEE MEAT GOAT â¢ and TEXMASTERâ¢ are Trademarks of Onion Creek Ranch . This is a thick liquid, so use Luer Lock syringes, or the needle may blow off the syringe. Must-have product. This medication is very effective against gut-related illnesses and works synergistically (better together than individually) with SMZ (sulfadimethoxazine with trimethoprim). This massage, along with the oil, can help gas escape through the mouth via belching or through the anus via flatulence. Banamine (FluMeglumine) - Vet prescription. This is in addition to their normal feed, not in place of it. If the dam is colostrum deficient, you must use a colostrum replacer. You won't find what you need locally when you need it fast. Nolvasan - Bolus used inside uterus after difficult delivery to prevent metritis or vaginitis. Dosage is one half of a Tagamet HR200 (200 mg) for 3-5 days. Use up to 2 cc every four to six hours for newborns; 5 cc for kids approaching one month old; as much as 10 to 15 cc for adults. © 2020 WILD SKY MEDIA. Opthalmic ointment used to treat Pinkeye, particularly in ulcerated eyes. Ivermectin 1% is one of several dewormers used to kill stomach worms. This product can be used instead of Thiamine since it has 100 mg/ml thiamine in it. Usage with adult goats may stop the peristaltic action of the gut. If your goat eats too much feed at once -- perhaps from a raid on the grain bin -- bloat could result. The gallon jug is the most cost-effective purchase. Ready-to-use equivalent of Naxcel. Pirsue - Vet prescription mastitis medication. Shape The World. Spectoguard ScourChek - If still available, this prescription sulfa-based antibiotic product to control diarrhea in kids. Must-have medication; never run out. Also used to treat Pinkeye, even in pregnant does, as an abortion organism can cause one strain of Pinkeye. Don't use a drench gun to administer mineral oil. All dewormers should be given ORALLY, regardless of package directions. Thiamine (Vitamin B1) - Vet prescription. The bottle tip is just the right size. This red-colored injectable liquid is essential for use with goats who are anemic. In other regions, selenium injections are necessary. Injectable medication for selenium deficiency (white muscle disease, aka nutritional muscular distrophy). Use topically to treat Pinkeye, particularly in ulcerated eyes. Molasses/Karo Syrup - Use orally with kids when quick energy is needed. Kids of one to three months of age and all newly-purchased animals regardless of age should be vaccinated with 2 cc and then a second vaccination should be given 30 days later. Do NOT stop scouring until you figure out the cause; diarrhea can be helpful in eliminating toxins. Must be refrigerated. Mix with Goat Nutri Drench or Karo syrup so the goat can taste it and know to swallow. It is a one-time oral dosage of 1 cc per 5 lbs bodyweight preventative and 1 cc per 3 lbs bodyweight curative treatment. CD/T vaccine (Clostridium Perfringens Types C&D + Tetanus Toxoid Vaccine) - Over-the-counter made-for-goats VACCINE that provides long-term protection against overeating disease (types C&D) and tetanus. Prescription. Over the counter in some states; prescription item in other states. Usage in goats is "off-label" or "extra-label," but this antibiotic is being used in goats by some veterinarians. Also used in treatment of Meningeal Deerworm Infection. Performance & security by Cloudflare, Please complete the security check to access. Comes in single-dose 1500 unit vials; use the entire 1500 unit vial IM for adults; use half the 1500 unit vial for kids. Treatment dosage: Mix 1 oz CoRid in 5 oz. Dosage is 6 cc per 100 lbs bodyweight given IM for five consecutive days; newborn kids should receive no less than 1/2 cc. Used to kill tapeworms. Keep refrigerated. Will not work with automatic waterers due to continual dilution of the product. If stomach tube is not immediately available, mix mineral oil with Goat Nutridrench or Karo syrup to add flavor and slowly orally drench the goat. How to Treat Bottlejaw With Ivomec in Goats. Give orally undiluted to kids at a rate of 3-5cc and to adults at a rate of 5-10cc for five consecutive days. Eliminates respiratory distress in newborns caused by troubled births, including C-sections. • Tylan 200 (tylosin) - Over-the counter antibiotic for respiratory problems. For adult goats, use 5 cc to 10 cc orally and as directed for usage in kids. When using CoRid, also dose with thiamine (Vitamin B1) at 4 cc per 100 lbs bodyweight given IM or SQ. Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL) vaccine - Introduced in May 2012 by Texas Vet Lab of San Angelo, Texas. You can add a little warm water to the oil to hasten movement through the tube. Best to have the udder's contents tested to find out which organism is causing the infection so you can choose best antibiotic. Clear dewormers do not kill tapeworms. Safeguard is a very safe dewormer. Make sure the tube is swallowed, then attach a funnel to your end of the tube and pour in the correct amount of mineral oil. Synergized DeLice or generic equivalent - Over-the-counter product. Use with Oxytetracycline 200 mg/ml injections. Dosing your goat with mineral oil lubricates the gastrointestinal tract. Topical back drench dosage should never exceed 3 ounces on the biggest and heaviest of goats. Can be substituted for propylene glycol with ketotic does. Use sparingly and under the direction of a vet. Also used to treat goat polio and listeriosis. Effective against respiratory and urinary tract infections. At normal 5 cc per 100 lb dosing, it is also used to treat infection resulting from injuries, bites, and after difficult birthings. The appropriate IM dosage is 4 cc's per 100 lbs. Always have it on hand when giving injections. Marquis - See Toltrazuril for cost-effective alternative. CoRid per 15 gallons of water. In some areas, producers only need to provide loose minerals containing selenium. - Vet prescription. Beet Pulp, Shredded - While this isn't a medication, I mention it because it is useful and often misused. A-180 (danofloxacin) - Vet prescription.