I have two 1-month old boer bucklings. They had some of the signs of coccidiosis(sp?) so i took a fecal to the vet. He said not bad, but there and gave me some albon. They are each getting 5cc twice daily. Could this be causing diahrrea? I put them on electrolytes for 2 days--no milk. This morning in their pen their feces were back to normal.. BUT just now i fed them quarter-strenghth milk-(1/3 c. mix to 4 cups water instead of 1/3 c.mix to 1 c.water)DO NOT GIVE ME GRIEF ABOUT MILK REPLACERS PLEASE Immediately the squirts are back. He even yelled while he did the deed. Otherwise they act fine...eating well, playing, jumping, running.. Should I just stay with the electrolytes? I'm just worried about them not getting enough nutrition.They are just now starting to pick at green growing things, and otherwise the milk is their only food. Btw, the only vet within 50 miles is a small animal practice.