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Information from Our Goat Experts

Animal experts at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center share their knowledge about goats.

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What can be done to help address urinary calculi in goats?
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Delay castration until your goat is at least 4 months old, if possible; control phosphorous intake; provide plenty of water; make salt available; and feed a product that contains a urinary acidifier such as ammonium chloride. These steps will not guarantee that your goat will never have a stone incident, but they will go a long way toward trying to prevent one.


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