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Re: 6- DAYS and the Cow is NOW STANDING!!!!
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Posted by Hogman on May 25, 2002 at 09:34:50 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: 6- DAYS and the Cow is NOW STANDING!!!! posted by Mark Hendershot on May 25, 2002 at 06:56:27:
Magnesium(sp) Mark, Early Spring You should be feedin a good quality mineral thats heavy on Mag. Things to watch for,standing in pond,sore joints,stiffness,strange lookin hocks. I have never heard of burned pastures alone casusin any problems tho it could be.
Whatever, Just remember ,early Spring,lush grass,feed'em mag!IMPORTANT!!!!
Hogman dmv licence confered by cowplop collage dayaftertamorra.
PS Scours are normal just so long as They can't hit tha side of tha barn from 20 feet. Shoulder high........
One last, I gotta tell this'un. We got a new Vet some years back,was fresh outta school. Had a sick hog and was'nt real sure what it was so called tha newbbe. He came out ,real proffesional like looked Her over, pondered a bit and asked "what do You think it is?" Now I figured He's just wantin ta make conversation'er else e's mabe lookin for a clue but right quick He says "thats what I think" made out a bill and left. I was not impressed! few days later Neighbor called Him out for sick Sow(say that fast) He goes thru tha same routine, like tha Neighbor said, "might as well called a fence post". Was'nt too long till tha Young Feller closed shop,went ta tha State " U"as a DVM TEACHER. Kinda scary ain't it???????? He was a nice Young man tho.............Mabe Your first Vet was tought there........which makes Ya wonder about tha second'un. Shucks, We don't even have a Vet here anymore,good bad er indifferant.
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