This seminar is to give goat owners the tools and information they need to get through nearly any goat related emergency. This is for both the beginner and the experienced goat owner. Learn what is normal and what will require immediate attention.
We are offering another in depth goat medical emergency/health care course. This is a class going over many of the emergencies that both new and experienced goat owners may see. The chances that you WILL see at least ONE of the things we will cover are pretty close to 100%.
We will cover each problem and what can cause it. We will discuss how to identify issues by going over the symptoms. We will then discuss treatment options (both conventional and organic).
We will not be discussing the following (outside of how different methods of each can contribute to illness or treatment of certain issues): Housing, fencing, pasture, browse, nutrition or goat breeds.
Day One OR Day Two (1 day only)
$65 (add your significant other for $50)
4H members can be added to an adult registration for $40
Day One AND Day Two (2 days)
$100 (add your SO for $75)
4H members can be added to an adult registration for $70.
Group and large family rates available, contact for more information.
Class size is limited and may not be suitable for young children.
Contact us at the email below for more info and for registration forms.
A drawing will be held each day, with two drawings held on day two (one will be for those who attended both days).
Lunch will be provided both days. Please bring a drink of your choice.
If you are coming from a distance and would like to attend both days, we have lots of camping nearby.
Hoof rot/hoof scald
Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis
Iodine and cobalt deficiencies
Pink eye and other eye irritations
When to call a vet
Basic goat statistics
Goat related legal requirements (selling, shipping, etc)
Physical injury (including animal attacks)
LIST OF TOPICS (DAY TWO)
Pregnancy care (nutrition, deworming and vaccination)
Labor and kidding normal progression (and when to worry)
Tubing a kid
Floppy kid syndrome
How to tell if your new dam raised kid is getting enough to eat (ie when to worry)
Tagging (and where, how and why to get tags)