Elisheba Meyer wrote:So do you think Alfalfa would be a good alternative treat for her at milking time?
Elisheba Meyer wrote:Ok, I get that idea of minerals being a milking time treat. We have tried that but Lily the cow is a bit of a princess and wasn't too happy with just that. Maybe we can transition her slowly.
So I thought of one more question. (I know, shocker! lol)
If in the middle of transitioning an animal like this (since I am looking to buy more). Is there a product that you would say is a lesser evil to use for Milk Fever? My motivation in asking is simply I don't want to risk a $2000 investment for the sake of being a purist.
Elisheba Meyer wrote:
We bought a Milk Cow last year and when she came to us the previous owner warned us that she had had milk fever before and so needed to be watched carefully.
Elisheba Meyer wrote:Justin, Thank you for the encouragement!
Any sufficiently advanced technology will be used as a cat toy. And this tiny ad contains a very small cat:
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