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Will it work for other stomach worms? I don't think we have barberpole worms but we have stomach worms here bad.


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I have a buckling going on 4 months old. He has a runny nose, green mucous from both eyes and coughs frequently. Because he is the smallest in the buck pen he eats the fallen hay from the ground but not always. I thought he may be getting some irritation from eating from the ground most of the time. I don't hear raspy noises from his chest, but I know he is congested up above. Nothing has improved so I started him on VetRX for goats. Any thoughts out there?


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