I have picked up this latest Simbo65, but it appears my advice isn’t taken so there isn’t anything else to add
People should always where possible take hogs to their local carer ( not the other way around ) as they have the expertise and equipment to treat them
If this hog still has mucous in it’s poo then there is almost certainly something wrong that needs treating
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