I can understand being sleep deprived. at least yours is for semi good reason family. what type of hay do your goats love?coffee coffee.... mmm okay i give into day i ran out of my caffinated hot tea bags just have decaf left and after three kids woke me up multiple times and two slept on me me one on my chest and the other on my legs so sleep really didnt happen. i woke up late at nine my husband got home at 5 am and saved me from one. so anyways nerd to pasturize some milk so i can,have jars to milk this morning and i need tp go get some hay... ugh i was hoping to wait till this weekend oh well. goats love their hay.
they said she just didn't want to eat, but they had to have disrupted her rumin or something because she has always been a good eater. they finally wormed her July 15th. At least that's what they said. She's always been very parasite resistant, but resistant like I told them does not mean never susceptible especially after a major change and the horrific weather we've had this year.Did they just not feed her? Didn't bother to test and treat for parasites? At least she's back where she will return to health.
I actually contacted them and offered them a breeding to my buck out of a national champion stock if I could have one of the kids because she had such a fantastic doeling this year. instead of me breeding her, I got her back. Obviously, she's not in any position when she showed up to be bred anytime soon. I'm glad I have her though, and hopefully I can get her back to health.That's so sad...people can be terrible
What was there reason for returning her?
I'm glad she'll be taken care of now though.