I had what I suspected to be a cocci outbreak on five nigerian goat kids. I put them on a five day Sulmet treatment, a drug which has worked 100% effectively in the past. Three of the five cleared up fine. Two sisters however still have very soft stool and not as active as they should be, especially one. On top of that both have white nasal discharge. I took the more lethargic one (six weeks) to the vet Friday. A fecal revealed cocci load as I thought. No temp, lungs clear. The vet didn't think anything was necessary for the discharge. He did say she looked a bit anemic but thought once the cocci cleared up she'd be fine. He gave me four Albon tablets. Yesterday was the last treatment and today her stool a bit worse. And her sister as well. Looking for suggestions. I have some Oxytet, would that be something to start them on? Also should I try another cocci course? And would B-complex help? Just haven't had much sickness in my goats to deal with, but I'm convinced my rollercoaster cold to hot to cold and rainy weather pattern is the culprit. Thanks.