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Give Your Goats the Best Nutrition Possible

We offer a variety of goat feeds and supplements that contain the highest-quality ingredients. So you can find what’s best for your goats.

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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 happen with these conditions? What are the symptoms, and how are they treated?
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The animal may develop acidosis of the blood (goat blood, like human blood, should be slightly alkaline), and if this becomes severe enough, the goat may go into a coma. Early symptoms include apathy, poor appetite, a decrease in milk production (if the goat is milking), a rough coat and disorientation. You will need a veterinarian to administer glucose and electrolytes to help your goat get well.


The Industry’s Best Believe in Us

Our talented ambassador team is nationally recognized. These accomplished professionals devote their time and effort to share their knowledge and skill with the youth and families of this industry.

  • Patrick Biggs, Ph.D. Flock Nutritionist
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