GOAT MED CABINET


july 21, 2016- updated 

This list is what i have on hand at all times. Sometimes I need, mostly I don't but it's there in an emergency. All meds are in a special fridge away from foods / milk / eggs.

Emergency list for basic Goat Care


For every one that has goats will one day need below:

Nutridrench
Bloat Release
Ammonium Chloride (urinary calculi)
Baking Soda (daily or emergency)
Tums
CD Antitoxin (24HOUR-2 week protection)
Activated Charcoal
Probios
Red Cell/ Geritol
Pepto-Bismal
Milk of Magnesia
Scour Halt


Vitamin B complex (over the counter)
Thermometer


Wormers 
(safeguard, panacur, ivomec, Strongid, Cydectin, Valbazen, etc)

This list is when you are getting more serious 

(breeding, herds, milking):

Lactated ringers 
Propylene Glycol
Cal-mag  citrate (oral calcium)
Calcium gluconate
Mineral oil
Selenium E gel (paste or BOSE/liquid)

CD/T toxoid (vaccine)


Tetanus Antitoxin (24-3week protection)

Oxbow alfalfa products (one mixed dose is a days worth of nutritients)

Di-Methox (coccidia treatment for kids)
Copasure (worming and deficiency)


Bo-Se (use only in areas you know are deficient) 

Trocar (last ditch attempt at saving frothy bloat-never used it but was really really close to needing it) 
18 gauge needle..

Banamine (pain relief, swelling relief)
Metacam

Penn G (over the counter)
Vitamin B complex (over the counter)
Vitamin B12
Iron

Antibiotic (need vet)
Baytril
Ceftiofur
LA 200

Tubing (kid size, adult size)

EPINEPHRINE

Syringes
3ml
6ml
12ml
35ml

Needles
22 gauge x ¾
28 gauge x ½
(luer lock syringes and needles. I like better)


Ketones powder or strips
California Mastitis kit

TODAY
TOMORROW (udder infusions/ mastitis treatments)








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