I have a Boar doe, older, not sure how many years old but 3 or more. I have one other doe, and many sheep, all of which live out in dry pasture which currently has little nutritional value. I bring the herd in each night with supplemental alfalfa and sudan hay (which was baled just a month ago from an irrigated pasture). Everyone is fat though I don't feed a lot of hay. They also have a protein tub. I know I have a copper insufficiency here due to high molybdenum, so they get a cattle tub that does contain copper. They don't get grain. Yes, I know about sheep and copper. Tonight, when the flock came into their pen for hay (which they usually all dive into), Sally laid down and stayed down while everyone else ate. NOT her usual self! I went into to check her over, and she acted a little disoriented. I went and got a little grain to see if she was interested in food at all. She didn't dive into the bucket like the other doe, acted like she couldn't see it, but when I got her face into it, she ate. When I pulled the bucket away, she did not orient to it to keep feeding; I had to hold it to her. I am freaking out because I am supposed to be flying out of state for Thanksgiving on Wednesday. I researched and came up with listeria and polio. I don't know that my ranch sitter would have the skill to inject her by herself, let alone every 6 hours as I read on one site for listeria, with pen g. I have dex but it would have to be dosed reliably every day while I am gone. On top of that, I found that my bottle of fortified B complex seems to have gone bad. When I pulled a dose it looked almost black in the syringe. It has preservatives in it, so is it bad? Tonight I gave her the pen G. I was able to sneak up on her and grab her collar. I do think her vision is compromised. Help!