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PostSubject: Udder problem   7th July 2010, 2:15 pm

My york sow has an infected nipple, just one. it is as big around as my thumb and red and has a purple spot on it. i got to messing with it to look at it and it popped and she acts like it really hurts. Looks like a BIG pimple. she is due the end of august. What would be something good to do for it and will this cause her to lose her litter?

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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   8th July 2010, 2:44 pm

Manda.. is it like a hematoma...i would hit her with some antibiotics for three days and put some bag balm or aloe vera on her teat... forbeing under her underline its hard to cover it so just try to keep the wound clean consistently to avoid more infections on the teat... i have researched penicillin and you can give it to sows/gilts breed and it EVEN recomminded for bigger size litters.. I Hope this works ?
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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   8th July 2010, 2:54 pm

that you so much it does

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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 11:06 am

Manda, how's it going with the gilts infected teat..is she better?
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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 1:24 pm

OH yes much better. I was wondering who does everybody else give them shots. i put this gilt in the trailor and smashed her between the center gate and the wall. is there an easier way? or am i just giving shots wrong?

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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 2:13 pm

well some breeders have them in the farrowing crates so its MUCH EASIER to vaccinate or inject there hogs? but really a easier way i think theres none to tell you the truth,if there not penned up or squeezed where they don't move i know you can snare them but that can take more man power to do?

i know the feeling doing that but it get tireing after a while and then they dont want to load easyly any more cuase there thinking there going to get injected..its happened to me thats why?

you can try slap shot i haven't used it myself but i've been temptedto try it out they say its easy and quick?
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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 2:17 pm

yea i was told the same thing. i have a crate but the legs broke off so i am in the prosess of fixing it. but yes she use to take shots really good and after she had her first litter that all went down hill lmao

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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 2:21 pm

i have a sow that see's me with a syringe and a vial in my hand and forget it she'll charge at me and it's a pain in the rear getting her still or even trying to snare her? How's the Duroc boar..you have any pics of him?
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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 2:23 pm

Oh now i have started hand feedin him so he has kinda crashed on me. But i will post pics as soon as i get him going again. so far he is still very correct and sound. he moves so well i really have high hopes for him. I am not a duroc fan but i love this lil boar. wish he had a tad more bone but he has enough, other thing i really like about him is he is really level in his design

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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 2:47 pm

Sweet ..sounds like you have a good one huh .. well i have 3Duroc sows my boy is a real duroc fan.. maybe we can see if we can book him in the off season? you have some pics of the york gilts you stayed from the new begginings litter..
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PostSubject: Re: Udder problem   16th July 2010, 2:52 pm

yes but not a very good one. I kept one york gilt and a barrow. i will try to get some pics of themm this after noon. i really like how they turned out, i wish they had more mucsle but this time of year the gilts will be shown as breeding not market so maybe they are just right.

i will try to get good ones of them all this after noon and get them posted tonight

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