The main causes of goat diseases are poor conditions, non-compliance with quarantine measures and poor quality of feed. Diseases can affect various systems of the body, worsening its condition and reducing productivity. When the first signs of malaise appear, the animal must be isolated and a veterinarian called up who will draw up a list of treatment procedures and prescribe the necessary medicines.
The Trade House BiAgro LLC catalog offers a wide range of veterinary products for goats and other small cattle. We have at our disposal a laboratory for analysis and research, our own production and own farms. All products are delivered to customers in convenient packaging with detailed directions.
Types of diseases
The most common goat diseases are:
Mastitis - characterized by inflammation of the mammary glands.
Necrobacteriosis is the defeat and swelling of the animal's hooves.
Foot and mouth disease - has an infectious nature and is accompanied by indigestion.
Gastroenteritis is an inflammation of the intestines and gastric mucosa.
Poisoning - occurs due to non-compliance with sanitary standards during feeding.
Injuries - bruises, fractures, wounds and other damage to tissues and bones.
Methods of product administration
Veterinary products for goats can be administered in various ways:
- Intramuscularly - involves the use of products that are injected into the muscle using a syringe.
- Orally (by mouth) - involves the administration of products using a digestive probe, douche, or mixed with food.
- Enema - used to cleanse and disinfect the intestines of the animal.
- Intravenously - products are injected into a vein through a syringe and needle.
In the case of traumatic injuries, a solution of potassium permanganate or iodine is used.
The goat owners' medicine box should also have camphor oil, ichthyol ointment, and dressings such as cotton wool and bandages. If necessary, our experts will advise you on suitable veterinary products and advise regarding the prevention and treatment of specific diseases.