I need your help! My fullblood boer doe kidded on Sept 1st with two really nice fullblood bucklings...10 lb each. She had been covex'ed and bo-se'd 2 weeks prior to kidding. At birth, each got 1/4 cc bo-se. On Oct. 15, gave each 3 cc covexin (thought the 5cc dose was a 3-poor light in barn) and started the 5 day regimin of 40%dimethoxy for coccidia prevention. About a week ago, I started mom and babies on PAYBACK boer goat developer r20 medicated (babies for growth, mom as she was thinning out due to lots of nursing). They also get alfalfa hay 1 flake twice a day. Well, in the past week, my biggest buckling has been kind of ooky. Last week he seemed kind of lethargic for a day but pulled out of it. Then yesterday I noticed he seemed sick.He is urinating normally but yesterday he really seemed to have a tummy ache. He wants to nurse constantly but doesn't really want to eat hay. He kind of lips the pellets but is not aggressively eating (he was two days ago). He is not coughing, his temp is 102.9 and there are reasonably normal breath sounds for a kid who is hollering as stethoscope is applied. His eyelid membranes are very pink, his mouth a little less. He weighs 40 lbs. and is 8 weeks old. Worries: gets down then up a lot, kind of weak on back legs? Seem stiff (but then I noticed buck kids tend to walk a little like that? kind of stalking thing). At 4 o'clock yesterday I gave him: 1 1/2 cc penicillin IM in case of pneumonia 5 cc c-d antitoxin (recommended as additional therapy even if pneumonia and a definite if its an enterotoxemia thing) probiotic paste baking soda in water drenched-about 30 cc for possible floppy kid I have NOT noticed him making any pellets...there is definitely no diarrhea. Anyone seen anything like this?