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Blood test results not great!!

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    05-16-2008, 04:09 PM
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Blood test results not great!!

Got Scampi's blood tests back and his creatinine levels are up, now we gotta work out if its seasonal cos of the richness of the grass, and I have to change his feeds to very low protien which is not good with a poor doer especially a TB!! :( I've worked it out so as I can drop him gradually form 32.5% protien from feed to 24% which now has to be monitored...bless him, restricted grazing too! :( But we will get there, keeping fingers crossed its due to the rich grass and that has just caused a temporary rise. Once he is back in work he will utilise more protien which means we have to keep a close eye and increase it as necessary.!! Its going to be trial and error but we will get there!
     

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