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Hi there - Yes, would definitely take away the kids as soon as they are born. That should keep the kids safe. I usually don't worry about keeping a CL positive goat in with others as long as the abscesses
From what I have read there has to be an open wound on a goat to get the contagion transferred to. So if a goat 50 miles away has an outside abscess and a fly gets some of the CL on it and then the fly
Hi there - unfortunately there is no specific time table, and sometimes, often many, you never see an abscess form. Sometimes an abscess forms inside the goat's body, so you never see it. So, no help
Ivermectin injectable and pour on just do not work to kill mites and lice. The only ivermectin that helps is oral horse wormer Zimectrin or other generic type of zimectrin oral horse wormer. A poultry
Hi there - does not sound like a site where CL lumps are. This sounds more like a wattle cyst, these can be hard or soft. Could try a large bore needle and you might get clear cyst liquid out or just