Here's an interesting observation that I have been meaning to share with
someone for almost a decade.
When we first started farming we kept a small herd of goats to clear off
land. Sometimes during the winter we would feed them some sweet feed (this
was back when the protein level was raised by adding protein from the
rendering plant). Soon, we had several goats suffering with 'downers'.
Losing one or two goats a year for a number of years.
Finally, we got better established and produced our own winter feed annd
stopped buying any outside feed for the goats. Within a year we saw the
last case of downers and not another case in the decade since.
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