Gilt farrowed Wednesday at noon till midnight. 10 piglets. Guilt would not release milk. Feed babies goat's colostrum that I received from a neighbor who had the colostrum stored in the freezer. Have been hand feeding piglets every two to three hours round the clock. I'm down to 1 piglet and it's on it's way out. All have shown the same signs, very active, next feeding their heads are hanging down, next feeding on their sides, eyes closed, barely take milk, legs kicking, next feeding or two their gone. Two days later was able to find someone that had oxytosin to give to the guilt, milk let down almost immediately, but she never took to the piglets, too dangerous to keep them around her. I've drenched the babies, I've added goat milk replacer to the goat's milk for more nutrients and I can't seem to do anything to save them. Any help would be appreciated, also does this guilt need to go or will this next time be completely different.