Doe is much better. Bitting ears and trying to keep all younger does streight. She had eaten alot of the forrage that I brought them yesterday. I gave her 9cc of penicillin, about 50cc of CMPK and 2 squirts of probios geal in a cup of gatorade which she hated. I cleaned her up real good again. She looks pretty normal from her rear side now. I milked her out which was about a quart and a cup of milk. She had no fever this morning. and so much better than yesterday morning. She didn't eat alot of feed, but I was doing too many things to her. Will wait till she eats next time. I am almost out of the probios and will see about getting the powdered kind for horses today. Things seem to be much better today. Thanks to all for your help. Will keep up meds. and wait. I noticed a post from motdaugrnds reguarding milk fever and after reading their post I figure this is probably what my goat had. One guestion after reading this posts(and not being critical at all) just want to learn and be ready in case there is a next time. They gave all the different things that was going on with their doe that I would think from reading and were going on with my doe except she was never very weak. They stated that she did not have milk fever or mastitis. I've seen mastitis and its not a pretty site (not mine thank God). AM I wrong in thinking that their are no signs that you can see as far as looking at the udder with milk fever? Mine my girls looked fine except that she did not as much, but figured that this was caused from being 3 weeks early and aborting. So with these symptoms their goat probably did indeed have milk fever? I possibly like them thought you could see this problem.