Popping in because I am not sure of the last time I posted. In the middle of a four day lamb trip, but came home for twelve hours. Already had some adventure. Hopefully I will share it when I get back or when I sleep again in August.
I didn't think about the mud, like I said, leg wraps are really a pain. But from what I know and what I have done, if the legs are absolutely 100% dry when you wrap, and you don't leave wraps on more then 3 days between re-washing the legs, and re-wrapping, they are fine. I have done them the...
Honestly, you'll know its something, when you see it. For us, it presented itself as lameness, that got progressively worse. Oral antibiotics helped but any attempt to take him completely off them was unsuccessful. Eventually a big abscess appeared, and eventually with an X-ray, we discovered...
I would also say I agree with what Bay said, because I think we are on a very similar feeding program. I personally have never had it suggested to give baking soda. Most show feeds are relatively complete feeds too.
With the mentions of acidosis, I actually have dealt with that, but we caught it...
I honestly don't have the best exercise system, we turn ours loose with muzzles on, and chase them around the pasture. Otherwise I just hand walk. We didn't think a treadmill was practical for us, so I have never had one, or any fancy exercise system.
I honestly have so much that gets done at home, home is my real life, work, the barn and the long days. I get my school work done at school, but I also watch a lot of TV in the large amount of free time I have.
With this thread, I can't help but be a little afraid with my timing of truly entering the work force. I am not sure I really am worried about food security, and I am in an area that is less likely to be effected by things, but I still can't help but be a little nervous for what lies ahead.
Yep! Ending very soon! Going to be saying some goodbyes, and returning from the relaxing college life to the real life of home and work, and incredibly long days.
Got some mixed emotions here, college is much more relaxing then home :lol: