My show lamb would be named Mrs. Incredible (the incredible that can stretch if you haven't seen the movie) if he was a ewe not a wether. Well he stretched his neck out just enough to reach and tip the grain bucket over and get himself some a nice case of rumen accidosis. He's off feed, not moving around alot, havn't taken his temperature yet, but his breathing and pulse are relativly normal, not soaring. What can I do to treat his accidosis? I don't know how much grain he got but it was at least double his normal grain ration. I'm going to give him some milk of magnesia, grass hay and let him out of his pen for a bit to see if he'll eat some grain. Can I do anything else for this guy or do I just wait to see if it'll pass?