penicillin is not only for humans and is routinely used for many infections in many animals, including goats. Shipping fever complex is actually not an infection, rendering the penicillin as nothing more than a painful shot. I believe thiamine, exercise, and fresh water is the preferred medication for shipping fever complex. For more information, go to mylamb.com for profesional advice.No human medicine
I would take caution in giving any animlas human medicine, unless prescribe by a vet.
IF it is shipping fever, and IF penicillin is the treatment, the VETERINARIAN will prescribe the dosage.
Yes, it is possible. It is a natural response to sickness, choking, and food needing to be dislodged.
Yes they can. Farmers pick up sickness and disease from their sheep all the time.
no but there should be.
When a Jewish woman gave him a sheep poisoned and was that poison is the disease, who died by the Prophet peace be upon him
All 330 sheep that were shorn should of survived the night. Shearing the sheep will not kill them by any means.
Sheep are shorn annually to remove their wool otherwise it becomes an animal welfare issue because their "behind" will get dirty causing flies to lay maggots there, which causes sickness/disease. or because as farmers say- in winter mother sheep(ewes) have their wool so they dont care about their lambs
Sheep has 5 taxable limits: * The 1st taxable limit is 40, and its Zakat is one sheep. And as long as the number of sheep does not reach 40, no Zakat is payable on them. * The 2nd taxable limit is 121, and its Zakat is 2 sheep * The 3rd taxable limit is 201, and its Zakat is 3 Sheep * The 4th taxable limit is 301, and its Zakat is 4 Sheep * The 5th taxable limit is 400 and above, and in this case calculation should be made in hundreds, and one sheep should be given as Zakat for each group of 100 sheep. And it is not necessary that Zakat should be given from the same sheep. It will be sufficient if some other sheep are given, or money equal to the price of the sheep is given as Zakat.
No they are not sheep, if you want to run a sheep farm I don't thing you should use pugs
Sheep is a noun and verb do not describe nouns. Verbs show actions eg run walk listen or states eg like love know.Adjectives describe nouns egblack sheepdead sheepheavy sheepyoung sheep
For vaccines or to draw blood I would use a 20 gauge needle on adult sheep and a 22 gauge on a lamb. To administer medications such as penicillin, I would use a 16 or 18 gauge depending upon the drug and the volume needed.
Six per acre for Goat but i am trying to find the answer for sheep.
Yes it is too heavy you should use an ear tag for identification.
because if you have sheep on the farm you also need a sheep dog to put them in order
Sheep cannot have copper in their diet as it contains high toxic levels. Molasses are considered to be a source of copper and therefore should not be fed to sheep.
ou should be able to use the shears or kill the sheep. Or if you are on Creative mode it should be in your inventory. Hope this helped :)
What you do is have the sheers in your hand then go to a sheep and hold down until you get wool from the sheep you should get about three blocks of wool. I'm pretty sure that the wool will grow back in the sheep
A sheep can eat horses feed on a small scale. If it is all the sheep has to it, it is fine. However, they should not eat horse feed on a regular basis.
Well there are many various reasons get a sheep. You can use them to supply wool or you can slaughter them to eat it's meat.
In 2008-2009 there were 72.7 million sheep in Australia and I expect that number has dropped further as lambs are now fetching up to $245 each in the saleyards Please deduct one sheep from this answer and then add it once shipping is complete. I need to send a pregnant Mouflon Ewe to Elizabeth in Queensland. Thanks.
Dolly the sheep did not die from a sickness. She was staying at a farm and had been bred to a normal ram to test her fertility. She had one lamb that she raised on her own, but in the fall when the farm was sending sheep to slaughter, she and her lamb somehow ended up on the trailer What?? Do not believe anyone on these websites. None of the above is true. Dolly the sheep was euthanised on Feb 14th,2003 from a progressive lung disease, aged 6. The disease is common is sheep and wasnt a result from cloning.
Hay should be kept either in a hay mow, or in a pile where the sheep cannot reach it. Grains should be kept either in a separate grain room or in a safe spot that the sheep will not be able to reach it (even if they escape pens).
A properly placed shot should do a reasonable job of ceasing the life function of said sheep.
Yes, sheeps do ruminate. Actually most of the grass eating animals ruminate. No...sheep only have one stomach