I just recently bought 2 baby Nubians who are bucks and a milking Saanen. The boys were very sick with coccidosis(?spelling) and the 3 week old almost dies, now 5 days later he is bouncing back. Let me tell you this story, first the breeder yelled at me and said it was my fault for changing his formula and changing eating times because I fed him in the middle of the night when he was bellering. I changed him from goat replacer to fresh goat milk from my milker I bought. Come to find hout that their scours were not from my change but from cocidosis(?spelling)! I called the breeder and ended up talking to her husband explaining about what the vet said,The vet had said that they were sick for a while but the parsite was so great in numbers and that the breeder had to have known that she sold me sick babies. however, she never called me back and 1 week later has not called to check on the babies status, me I would of called back many times. :flame: I LOVE my goats and if I would of known they were this great, I would have had them long ago. I hope to have a bunch...they are like Lays potatoe chips, can't just have one. My question now is , my milker is slowing down on milk and her poop is little pebbles but stuck together like a stick..is this OK?? She is bypassing her Alfalfa hay and only wants corn, is that ok?? Thanks for your help.