USING MILLER'S WITH LIVESTOCK
Sore Mouth Treatment
As with horses, livestock sustain injuries and develop conditions that can be treated with our salve or spray. Minor cuts and wounds can be treated with daily applications of Miller's Wound Salve. More severe lacerations may need the maximum strength spray for a day or two.
A special case that we have seen good results with is sore mouth in goats, a very contagious pox virus that can spread through a herd quickly. Nursing kids can transmit the virus to the nanny's milk bag, making nursing very painful and difficult.
Because our oils blend is a powerful anti-virus it can be applied to sores for faster healing and to help prevent spread through the herd.
Always wear disposable gloves when treating sore mouth and do not leave scabs or debrided material on the ground.
Remove scabs and scabby tissue and place in a disposable bag.
Apply the salve or spray directly to the sores at least twice daily at the earliest sign of an outbreak. Continue applications until clear signs of healing are evident.
Since goats need their sense of smell to find forage, do not use the atomizer, but apply the spray with a q-tip. Never put a used q-tip in the bottle, but poor a small amount out into a disposable container like a paper cup.
Always use a fresh applicator with each goat you treat.
Benefits of Miller's Wound Care Formula
Heals sores and wounds faster
Keeps flies, mosquitoes and midges away from the injury site.
Reduces swelling and inflammation
Relieves pain & itching
Helps prevent infection
Treats viruses and fungal infections such as ringworm, sore mouth, sweet itch, scratches, dock itch
Use Miller's for Ear Mites
Fly & Mosquito Bites
Kills Ticks, Fleas and Lice