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Re: Cattle Footrot and Micitil [Re: wabigoon] #14707710 03/26/20
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I've seen calves sick with blackleg-but they're not sick long. Treat with penicillin in massive doses, I've never saved one after they were sick with it.


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Re: Cattle Footrot and Micitil [Re: wabigoon] #14711455 03/27/20
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Back to the foot rot....

Old school remedy. Put the animal up in a dry pen and keep them there for a week. Catch them every day and pour coal-oil on the infected area. This will cure it. Done it many times.

To prevent foot rot, you need more iodine. I kept salt blocks out, but they dont have enough iodine. I would get 50# sack of salt and mix extra iodine in it. Never had an animal with foot rot, again.


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