I'm a little confused about how to consider EPGs in fecals and when/how aggressively to treat. At different times, I have sent fecals to WADDL and other times I've taken them to my vet. It seems no matter the EPG count, my vet always wants me to treat and I'm thinking that's likely too aggressive but looking for some additional inputs. Scenarios: 3 adult Nubians - 1 in milk, none pregnant. Routine fecals - no symptoms from anyone. Took 3 samples in this week to my vet. Results were Strongyles for all 3 with EPG counts of 40, 100 and 200 respectively. One sample reported Coccidia. Vet wants me to treat with moxidectin for the strongyles and (edit - I suggested Toltrazuril) for the coccidia. With counts this low and no other symptoms, I'm more inclined to wait and send samples to WADDL (a whole lot cheaper now that my vet ripped their prices up by more than 2x) to get a 2nd look at the counts and whether they're going up or not. Seems to me goats always have some level of parasites. All my previous fecals have shown numbers less than 200 over the years. I'm hesitant to challenge the vet because I want to keep a good relationship however, treating when it's not necessary leads to resistance. Goat experts - what do you think?