I went to the farm this morning to take care of the livestock just like I do every morning. All was fine till I got to the goats and found my Pygmy buck lying on his left side, legs stuck straight out, legs stiff as a board and he was foaming a little at the mouth. I looked for any visble wounds or bite marks first and found none. I tried to stand him up, but that was point less. He looked swollen like bloat but I have never heard of bloat causing a goat to foam at the mouth. My next thought was either that one of the many coons that we have living under an old run down house on the farm could of bitten him or somebody gave him poison. He was fine lastnight when I left the farm, he was eating his hay, and acting like normal. He was wormed a month ago, there has been no change at all in his diet. He has fresh water and hay at all times and he gets about a 1/2 cup of goat chow every other day. Any ideas ???