Haemorrhagic Septicemia (H.S.) Knowledgeable breeders that are willing to share their knowledge & assist you in entering the Goat Industry are worth their weight in gold. Important Notes Valbazen Suspension (11.36 % or 113.6 mg/ml): 20 mg/kg orally; withdrawal time is 9 days for meat and 7 days for milk Do NOT use in pregnant does in the first trimester of pregnancy . People who accidentally inoculate themselves should seek immediate medical attention. The tasks of raising dairy goats is a year round effort. Practice regu­lar helminth (worm) control in all groups of animals. Give 10% of kid’s body weight within 18 hours (e.g., 13 oz. Purebred Golden Retriever Puppies. – is a goat with a majority of Boer genetic bloodline but will also have infusion of another breed. In the case of Ivomec, use the oral formulation. Consumption goes way up in warm weather, and during lactation. Animals are confined to the specific area and in a large group in Intensive Farms. 1/12 . novyi Type D), Cl. All other registration categories such as Fullblood, Graded Purebred, G1, G2,G3 and G4 will require submission to the Registrar copies of their current registration with either ‘Boer Goat Australia’ or ‘Boer Goat Breeders Association of Australia’ before registrations will be processed and approved. Lunch hour for all offices: 12:45-14:00 Common Vaccinations for Goats. Lambs and Kids: Vaccinate for C, D and T (Clostridium perfringens type C & D plus tetanus) by 8 weeks of age, with a booster dose 4 weeks later. Baby Goat Vaccination Schedule Kids receive vaccination from their mother (because their mother were vaccinated during the last month of pregnancy). Sorry, you're either currently a non-member or your membership has expired. The ideal would be ringlock or hinge joint fencing, with one or two plain top wires above and with electric offsets to keep bucks from jumping or stradling the fence, alternately use a tight 7 or 8 strand plain wire fence at least 1.5 metres in height. The highest quality hays should not be fed during gestation. English Sourcing Solutions Services & Membership Help & Community Ready to Ship Trade Shows Get the App Products. Fit and trim does are easier to freshen, less susceptible to pregnancy toxemia. To apply for your P.I.C. Vaccination schedule for goats. Once you have registered your stud and your goats you can then enter and exhibit at most Agricultural Shows in all states. Goats bred primarily for meat production include the Boer and Spanish (or brush) goat. Be sure fresh water is present at all times. Boer Goat Australia All Rights Reserved. Follow vaccine label instructions for dosage and timing as they differ slightly between manufacturers Below are some guidelines regarding feeding for various classes of animals. Tambookie Boer Goat Stud, Mumballup. Name of Disease. Fecal test your goats regularly for worms as you should only drench when necessary. Remove kids from doe immediately after birth. Afrikaanse Produkte; English Products; Contact; Breeding. CL Bacterin Vaccine. Regular Vaccination. CAEV testing: Kids over 6 months old, new additions to the herd, any animals of questionable value or con­dition. Kids should be vaccinated at 5 to 6 weeks of age and then given a booster three to four weeks later. Get to know and enjoy your animals better during this slow time. Consult a veterinarian for a specific immunization programme for your goats. Boer Goats. Feed colostrum from a safe source within the first couple hours after birth. 4.052631578947368 out of 5 stars (19) Quick View. Balance with grass hay so that does can mobilize their own calcium at the time of freshening. At show time, be careful not to “over-udder” a doe, as she can develop an allergic reaction to backed-up milk under pressure. Herd Sire JGW Wagester’s Outlander (ABGA #10811414) (DNA Qualified) (Fullblood) “Outalnder” is an ABGA registered Fullblood buck. The smaller size of the Dwarf and Pygmy goats may allow these breeds to be housed more easily than some of the larger breeds. Treat accordingly. Correct body condition before breeding, especially if she is too fat. A goat that does not have any proof of genetic bloodlines of the sire and dam, proof being a copy of their registration papers issued by us ‘Boer Goat Australia’ or the ‘Boer Goat Breeders Association of Australia’, will only be eligible for registration on the upgrade register. Kids - from 2 weeks of age: vaccinate against Pasteurella. Be careful handling and injecting the vaccine as it causes inflammatory lumps, which can be severe. Pregnancy check does early enough to be able to rebreed this season if open. Breeds discussed are Spanish, Boer, Kiko, Savanna, Tennessee Fainting Goats (mytonic), Pygmy, and Nubians. All goats should be vaccinated for tetanus and Clostridium C &D (enterotoxemia). Clostridial Enterotoximia Protection (Over-Eating Disease) + Tetanus. Chapter 2 - Breeds of Meat Goats This chapter describes several different breeds of meat goat that are being used in the U.S. for meat goat production. Associations are one of the first points of contact for Export Agents, International and domestic enquiries for the purchase of goats, we then forward on all of these genuine enquiries to our members, in our association no one breeder or state/territory is favoured over another. Consult your vet for best drench to use in your area . novyi Type B, Cl. If you break down, will animals have fresh air and water? The benefit of a registered goat is that it’s genetic background is retained on a national database and is very valuable when deciding to bring in new bloodline and for it’s resale value to another breeder locally or Internationally. Have kidding area cleaned and bedded with fresh straw several days before the doe’s due date. When? Since Boers are meat goats a sturdy frame, well-sprung ribcage, and fleshy, compact appearance are the breed standard. Tape doe’s teats one week before due date with teat tape. As a rule of thumb grazing pastures below 6 inches should be discouraged. If blackleg is prevalent in your area, Covexin 8 can be used instead, to protect against blackleg as well as overeating disease and tetanus. Respiratory Protection. Have pregnant does on a rising plane of nutrition in late gestation, i.e., good quality grass hay, supple­ment with some leafy alfalfa. Give him Vitamin-E/Selenium in Selenium-deficient areas. Treat foot rot as necessary. The goat vaccines will sustain them in a sparkling state of amazing health. What to do and when to do it? Give him a good diet of forage and increasing amounts of concentrate in late summer.