Last spring of 2004 I lost one of my most productive does (Lady Alginon) after she gave birth to 4 kids and took milk fever. (I had no idea what was wrong with her until it was too late to save her.) This year I have her daughter (another over 10-lb daily) who just gave birth to 2 kids and appears wobbly. (I never saw the afterbirth, thinking she might have eaten it.) I cleaned her and watched her closely. She did not seem hungry for about 24 hours; later did seem hungry, yet ate very little. She stayed in an area where other goats were not (a little 8' x 12' room adjacent to main part of barn where I saw her accidentally step on the side of one of her babies and it screamed. A couple days thereafter, it died.) She would stand most of the time and encouraging her babies to eat, washing them, etc. When she laid down I noticed she had difficulty rising. I did not want to take a chance on losing Midnight as I did her dam; so, I purchased some "Cal-Dex" from vet store, giving her 50cc orally and 50cc under skin (10cc each of 5 places). I gave her 3cc under skin of Nexcel, a big glob of CMPK and a large glob of Probios Paste. I put "Merricks Electrolyte" in her drinking water. That was 3 days ago. Next day I only gave her the Probios Paste and Cal-Dex (again as stated above). When she was interested in eating, I only gave her about 8 oz of her favorite grain and, of course, high quality baled hay. Today I hesitate to give her all that Cal-Dex again; so am posting here in hope of some guidance regarding this. (She seems less wobbly this morning and her appetite has improved.) She has no fever and no mastitus. (I am relieving the pressure of one side only, permitting her to dry up some.) Any idea or suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you all.