First aid kit

Discussion in 'Goats' started by Earthbound, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. Earthbound

    Earthbound Well-Known Member

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    What should one have on hand for their fist aid kits for goats? Just want to see if I'm fully "equipt" for an emergency.
    thanks
    corry
     
  2. Sweet Goats

    Sweet Goats Cashmere goats

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    I keep so much. I am sure too much.
    Dental floss
    Needles,
    Syringes
    Vet Wrap
    BO SE
    Penn
    Tylosen
    Biomiasen
    Thermomater
    Lube
    probias
    calcium
    Nutra drench
    Castroil Oil
    Arnica Montana
    I had Bute but ran out.
    Asprin
    Blood Stop
    Corid
    Have CD&t in the refrig
    Charcoal
    Saltine crackers
    Peanuts
    Gause

    I KNOW SOME IS A OVER KILL BUTI LIVE IN THE COUNTRY AND SOMETIMES YOU CAN NOT GET TO TOWN FAST ENOUGH.
     

  3. bergy5

    bergy5 Well-Known Member

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    Wormer(to many kinds to name), syringes(large & small), needles, antibotics(maxim & pen) yogert, baking soda, vitamin B. weak kid syringe, kid puller, weigh tape, nutri drench, life line electrolytes, collustrum(frozen) & powder. Sewing kit, Banders & bands, activated charcoal, mineral oil, thermometer, wound coat.

    That all I can think off off hand. Our cabnet and fridge look like a vets shelf. If you think you can do with out it you will need it on a Sunday night!!!

    A vet call here is more than the price of a goat. We try to handle everything we can. This forum and its members are a God send!!!