All messages by user: maryogilvie

6/29/2015
Topic:
Male Alpaca with Munge

maryogilvie
Posts: 4
This is the first time we have not to deal with munge. The animal in question at first appeared to just have a skin issue, we were using T-M-G; which can be purchased at Tractor Supply. At first he appeared to be getting better than last Sunday, June 21 considerable worse; gave Banamine and Excede shot. Started with Witches Brew on Monday, June 22nd. Running temperature from 103.4 up to 103.9. We have been providing Banamine daily and Excede every 5 days and Witches Brew on the areas every 3 day. If you can provide us with additional help would greatly appreciate it. He is still eating hay, pee good production; poop not as good but daily. Decided this morning not interested in his feed.
6/29/2015
Topic:
Male Alpaca with Munge

maryogilvie
Posts: 4
This is the first time we have not to deal with munge. The animal in question at first appeared to just have a skin issue, we were using T-M-G; which can be purchased at Tractor Supply. At first he appeared to be getting better than last Sunday, June 21 considerable worse; gave Banamine and Excede shot. Started with Witches Brew on Monday, June 22nd. Running temperature from 103.4 up to 103.9. We have been providing Banamine daily and Excede every 5 days and Witches Brew on the areas every 3 day. If you can provide us with additional help would greatly appreciate it. He is still eating hay, pee good production; poop not as good but daily. Decided this morning not interested in his feed.
4/3/2017
Topic:
Fungus

maryogilvie
Posts: 4
We have an alpaca ranch in East Texas. The past winter was very wet and mild and we live in a forest. Just finished shearing last Thursday and a number of are alpacas had fungus issues. The vet has advised us to use one cup of bleach in a gallon of water; and also suggested using power that is recommended for fungus on roses. If you could let me know you thoughts or recommendations I would greatly appreciate it. Most of the fungus is located on legs and stomach areas. thank you
10/2/2017
Topic:
Sand Clear

maryogilvie
Posts: 4
Live on very sandy soil and would like to know how much Sand Clear to add to the feed and how often. Thanks
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