Well, I went out and was looking at everyone. It rained a lot so many of them were across the pasture, on the other side of the branch that runs through. They weren't wanting to cross the water. Funny animals!! Anyway, I just had a feelings. They were all laying out underneath the shade trees. I went out to assess them and found that every Saanen on the place has pinkeye. My new Nubian doe has it. My buck definently has it. We had just put him out after having him in the barn for over a month with hoof scald and proud flesh. He still has a hole in the bottom of his hoof where the flesh was and there isn't any hoof material grown over it yet. So, we were beginning to see the light and look forward to a productive breeding season and now this. So, he is back in seclusion. No way he is breeding anything until he gets better. He isn't in rut like many other boys are. So, we moved all the goats up to the corral which is much smaller and easier to treat so many at once. We are just using a diluted vinegar wash to clean out the eyes and wash the faces. Most of them aren't in horrible shape. We just have the one in the barn that you can't see her eyes anymore. They are completely white. She's blind as a bat. If any others get like that, they'll go in the barn too but I think it is better if they stay out. They have plenty of shade. Plus, they haven't left those new round bales since we put them out!! If any others get to where they are losing their sight, I'll bring them in the barn. I'm hoping they don't all get like that. I'd hate to have 30 blind goats running around. Now I have 3 goats in the other lot that don't have pinkeye but they are jumping the fence and getting in the corn field...not to eat the corn but to eat the weeds that border it. So, we have to move them over to where the pinkeye goats are. Ughhh!!! I am completely fed up. When we decided to raise goats, I had read somewhere that they were really hardy animals and easy keepers. We have worked and worked and played doctor almost the entire time we've had them. Tell me this gets better!! He is about to get rid of them all!! I really love my goats but he is right. This is outrageous. I just want them to get better. I feel sorry for them and there isn't much I can do. We just put up 150 bales of nice alfalfa hay for the winter so at least we have food for them. :shrug: I have to believe that starting a herd...you are going to see some stuff like this. I just wanted to give you all an update. It doesn't sound like I'm the only one who has dealt with this sort of thing. Thanks for all your help.