ONE THREAD per pig please!
We really want your pig's history all in one place to help you. Pleasedon't start a new thread for a new issue. Just reply to your old one. We can edit the title for you if needed.
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After it has dried, rub the area with your finger. It should be smooth. If so, then your pigs are fine. If it is rough it indicates that something is wrong; eg bladder sludge and vet treatment will be needed.