4 Things You Should Not Do When Your Farm Animal is Pregnant
4 Things You Should Not Do When Your Farm Animal is Pregnant :
Taking care of your farm animals can be a very fulfilling experience but when they become pregnant you will need to pay extra attention to them during this period because a lot of things could go wrong that could affect the life of the animal.
Here are 4 things you should not do when your animal is pregnant:-
- The use of drugs should be avoided as much as possible particularly the use of antibiotics to avoid birth defects, an under +developed fetus or cause problems with the skeletal muscle of the animal. Drugs should only be given if the potential benefit justifies a potential risk to the animal.
- Avoid the use of chemicals on the skin to avoid external parasites.
- Reduce any form of stress whatsoever. Limit movement and visitors to the animal pens and to the farm, also reduce the activity of the animal as much as you can.
- Have your veterinary doctor’s number on speed dial if you notice anything unusual or simply call us on 09062903550 or visit our website to book a session with any of our veterinary professional.
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