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3/6/2012 8:44:24 AM
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Dairy Goats....

can anyone tell me if there is a vet that specializes in goats?  
also if there is a store anywhere that sells milking supplies... (brandon has nothing)  

Knotty Linda

3/6/2012 9:17:55 AM
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Sep 2008
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Any vet clinic you call will have a large animal vet on staff. I highly recommend Grand Valley Vet in Brandon.


3/6/2012 9:28:18 AM
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Mar 2009
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Dairy Goats

I don't think anyone 'specializes' but we use Dr Sherry at Wheat City Vet. As for supplies, Total Farm Supply on 18th North has almost every thing we need for our little herd of Nubians. We got an awesome small milker from They're up in Alaska so their blog has some great info for cold climate goat keepers! We use their recipe for goat treats, too!

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