THE CARE OF DEER WITH A DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© November 2018, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Deer are raised around the world, usually on pastureland, for their meat, primarily. I recently reviewed four hair tests from deer raised on pastureland in New Zealand. All four showed:
* Three low pattern (low vitality indicator)
* Low sodium/potassium ratio (chronic infection tendency)
* Aluminum and chromium toxicity (in the soil in this area)
* Hidden mercury toxicity (in the soil in this area)
* Mixed or a slight fast oxidation pattern (some stress, perhaps)
* Low phosphorus (poor vitality indicator and perhaps a low zinc indicator)
All these deer were infected with a sinus infection due to very moist climactic conditions, combined with soils that are too low in zinc, especially, and perhaps copper as well. This combination leads to overgrowth of fungal organisms on the foliage, which the deer breathe in, causing fungal sinus problems in the deer, which can cost them their lives.
The programs for these deer were:
1. SBF about 1-1-1
2. Limcomin about 2-2-2
3. Paramin (calcium/magnesium 250 mg/150 mg) about 1-1-1.
These quantities were multiplied by about 5 or 6 to come up with the dosage for the deer, which weigh about 5 or 6 times more than an adult human being. We are experimenting with this system of dosing animals.
Red heat lamp therapy. It may also be possible to use a red heat lamp on the sinus areas of the deer, as we would do with human beings. It works nicely on human beings, but holding the deer in the right position for 5-10 minutes several times daily may be very difficult.