Disbudding look like they might be growing?

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Hopefully we're all wrong and none of them need to be disbudded and pictures will tell us so. Disbudding is a nasty business. No goat should have to have it twice if it can be avoided. Ouchie!
 

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I would call and ask if they would reduce them for free since you paid for a service that didn't get actually get accomplished it doesn't hurt to ask. I ask my feed store if they would refund me for a bag of cow formula since the calf would not eat it they said yes. It was a 40 dollar bag and I got a full refund. Vets are no different they provide a service and if you pay them you should get what you pay for. Like i said i would say i can in and had you disbud these goats kids for me and unforantly it looks like they are regrowing what can we do to fix this. I would be as nice a possible and see what they say.
Well, I guess it couldnt hurt?
 

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Ok, we’ll I got some pictures...forgot to get Suger...she’s in the other barn, and definitely needs redone because she was two months when it was done. So, she’ll be much trickier. I’m going to band my two goats with horns...perhaps I should let hers get about an inch and do that? I know both ways is painful for goats. But, I was hurt.. and I just can’t risk more injuries. Ok, here are some pictures....
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