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Disclaimer

  •     This website includes links to and/or content syndicated from other sites operated by third parties. Such links and syndicated content are provided as a convenience to our visitors and as an additional avenue of access to the information contained therein about and concerning goats and the raising of them. We have not reviewed all of the information on other sites and are not responsible for the content of any other sites, products or services that may be offered through those sites or any linked to sites. The inclusion of such links and/ or content also does not implicitly indicate the endorsement, support or approval of the contents by Wilde Plum Farm of Georgia or any individual associated with this organization, unless so stated. In addition, the inclusion of such links or content does not implicitly indicate endorsement, support or approval of the contents of this site or the policies or positions of the hosting website by those third parties.
  • We are not Veterinarians and don't claim to be or trying to be. There is good Veterinarians for farm animals and they need to be used when your not comfortable dealing with your animals and follow there instructions on medications and treatments. We do not recommend the following or say this is the way to deal with them; this is just what we have learned and what works for us. We in no way suggest these treatments will work for your goats. There are a lot of treatments and things to do, but remember the Veterinarian is the professional.
    The list of medication are some we currently use or have used some of these in the past.

The information found on this website is provided "AS-IS" with no warrenty or guarantee.

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Wilde Plum Farm of Georgia