wbvs58 said:Most of the time you get complete recovery. Don't discount the mastitis preparations containing Cloxacillin used topically.
TC, I'll generally use the cloxacillin by itself, 1/2 tube/eye, occaisionally repeat in 48 hrs.TCRanch said:wbvs58 said:Most of the time you get complete recovery. Don't discount the mastitis preparations containing Cloxacillin used topically.
I tried that this year. Had a calf with an eye abrasion (from burrs on mamas teats) and flushed with Veterycin then coated the inside of the eye with Today, gave him a shot of LA300. Worked!
I never do because I'm lazy. If I had an eye that I thought was a real risk of rupturing I would.greggy said:Do you need to keep it covered ?
I had a calf I thought had it, watched for a week or so, and seemed to fix itself up, but maybe it was some other irritation.
WFfarm said:In our area I've never seen anyone have the eyes sewed shut. We use the glue on eye patch with LA200. The eyes are usually starting to heal up by the time they figure out how to rub the patch off. It seams for us the same ones get it year after year.