Vicki, you answered a couple questions I was planning to ask about milking her. When I brought her home from the vet. I milked her almost out, probably a quart.. She was sick and had not produced much milk and I only milked out a small amount the next day, but she was better in the afternoon. This morning she had a fever and I could tell not good and was not sure if milking would pull her down even more. She did not want her feed so I gave her gatoraide and plain yogurt. I knew I have to give her something so I gave her two tylanol?pm and one asprin. I know that it takes alot of asprin. The vet. said that he had given her enough antibiotics. He did put a bolis (not sure of the spelling) and it fell out while loading her. No he did not flush her out. :no: I so wish we had a better vet. in our area.I do have penicillin G procaine, BioMycin 200 (oxytetracycline injection) and Vit. B complex. I do have oxytetracycline in a powder form. She was much better this afternoon, but has a bad order from her rear. I know she needs help. Please tell me how to flush with oxytet. powder or the injection type? Or is it to late? Tuesday is when the vet. saw her. When and how much Penicillian to give and how often. She did eat a little grain this afternoon and I hauled lots of different things which she ate very good this afternoon. All this picking stuff for her to eat was done while tornado watches were out in our area. Goats didn't leave the barn. Rain most of the day. I know I had alot of these med. save on the forum that went down and realize that I should have them down on paper and was putting them down. And will have if there is another time. Anyones help on the meds. will be appreciated. You know, this is the first yeat that I have fed alfalfa pellets and the girls always leave some behind. I felt that and their other feed would have been enough to keep her from having hypoclycemia? Thanks everyone. My girl is still not out of the woods.