When we were building our house at the goat farm I thought to myself, what will I ever do with a laundry room this big? As you can see I quickly converted it into a Goat Medicine / Care closet. We lost some goats in the beginning ju
st because we didn't know. After that I began to research and study in hopes of not having any more goats die at the farm. I can't tell you how much money we have spent on goat supplies because I don't know. I am afraid to add it up.
Here are some of the things we keep on hand.
Thermometers - At least 2 at all times. See our page on Basis Goat Assessment
Goat probiotic paste
Selenium and vitamin e paste for kidding season
Baytril for goats
Ivermectin for goats
Prohibit for goats
Cydectin Oral Sheep Drench
Vitamin C chewable (for people)
Milk of Magnesium (MOM)
Thiamine Injectable for goats
Fortified Vitamin B Complex
Ivermectin Pour on for livestock
Wound treatment stuff (Bandages, wrap, red cote, iodine, etc.)
Kitchen Flour (This will stop bleeding. My husband thought I was crazy first time I used it.)
*Our goat medical close is work in progress. I have so much on hand. I would rather have it at 2am and save a life, than loose a goat because everything was closed and the Vet can't get here in time!