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Old May 25th 2021, 09:29 AM   #1
  May 2020
Fawning complications

I have. 3 yr. doe that had a fawn last night 9pm. Still only one this morning 10am, she doesn’t appear to be as thin as I would expect her to be after fawning, she still has a lot of swelling and seems to be uncomfortable. Is it likely that she has not been able to have the second? To check her I would have to tranq her, is there concern with the residual of the BAM being passed to the one fawn by nursing?
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