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    Goat Health Conditions and Mastitis

    Mastitis occurs in female goats, or does, and is an infection of the mammary gland that causes fever in goats and inflammation of the mammary gland. Mastitis also causes the somatic cell count (SCC) in the milk to increase, and, in more severe cases, the milk can clot or become lumpy.

    How to Treat Mastitis in Goats

    If the mastitis is found to only exist in the udder of the goat, you can try to "milk" the mastitis out by milking the goat. 2 IU oxytocin injections and an infusion of the affected gland with an intramammary infusion product can also help. 2 IU oxytocin injections should not be given to pregnant does in the second half of gestation.

    Contact your veterinarian to get more information about how to treat mastitis in goats.