Sunday, September 19, 2010

Hell, Vaccination ... as well!

Thanks Steve, thanks Max. 1ml/goat

Ultravac® 5in1 is used to prevent the major clostridial diseases in goats - For the prevention of enterotoxaemia (pulpy kidney disease), tetanus, black disease, malignant oedema (blackleg-like disease) and blackleg in *cattle and *sheep including swelled head in *rams.
50ml pac allows 50 doses. Firect injection followed by a second (booster) 4-5 weeks later.
* This vaccine is for cattle and sheep but also for Goats.

Tetanus in goats: Tetanus is a common, highly fatal disease in sheep and goats caused by a widespread bacterium. Infection can be effectively and cheaply prevented through vaccination and good hygiene. Tetanus is caused by spores of the bacteria Clostridium tetani . The spores have some important characteristics:
common in soil and faeces, remaining infectious for years produce a potent toxin in a suitable, localised wound not destroyed by most common disinfectants.

Boys will be Boys!

'Jenny Craig Day'- lost 2 stone in 2 minutes!

Monday, September 13, 2010

There are advantages for teachers?

There are advantages for teachers- not just FREE Chalk? Stress relief with the Goats!

Serenity NOW! From the Garbage to the Goat!

Goats enjoying celery, lettuce, tomatoes, apples from the Fruit shop bin! Kids enjoying a drink!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Monday, August 23, 2010

Yep... more on Goats

Australian Minature Goats- Just Kiddin

Goat Biology

The gestation period of a goat depends on the breed. Nigerians go at about 153. Some that have had them before go at about 145. The average is 145-155.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

WOW more twins! Go Niki!

What were you doing at 3:00pm today? Still at work? In the car, on the bus or train? OR giving birth??? 2 very cute girls (doe) born to today. The following photo were taken at 3:30pm. Niki (mum) was still cleaning the kids and everyone- Melaine, Kirri and their 3 kids were EXCITED! ... so was I!!!