This was posted on GOAT 911 this morning but I need all the help I can get. My Alpine came to me about 5 weeks ago (Iposted about her on this forum). She'd gone through a severe case of pinkeye (posibly Chlamydial) blindness with previous owner. Had gone through bad health and poor nutrition due to our three hurricanes this season and the problems her owner had with their herd. She was bred back in early July and needed considerable weight gain when I got her. I had her on what I thought was good nutrition for weight gain and calcium. She kidded with twins Thursday (12/9). On Sunday she went off feed- both grain and alfalfa pellets- she had no temp, stool was a blob, gums gray, eyelids pink. I started with Red Cell at 12 cc per day and Nutri Drench (started w/ 2 oz. and backed off to 1 oz. daily) I wormed her with Ivomec Inj 1% at 1 cc per 50 lbs. orally and gave her a shot of LA200. She responded but declined again Monday. Not eating at all. Tuesday morning I started with Calcium Gluconate 23%. She had 13 oz orally throughout Tuesday. Again Wed. she looked better. Declined again Thursday. She's been given the Red Cell and Nutri Drench faithfully everyday and has had a total of 750 ml (jsut gave 4 oz. more orally) of calcium gluconate both orally and by injection as suggested on Fiasco Farms and GoatWorld. I rotate because she doesn't like either very much. She's also had ProBios and free choice of alfalfa hay and browse. Her milk has been enough to keep her kids going but they're not gaining much- they are active though and alert. Her stool is back to berries. She is drinking water and urinating but she doesn't drink what she should normally nor does she eat as much as she needs to be eating. She will not eat grains but will eat alfalfa pellets especially when I put a little baking soda on them (but then she learned to lick the baking soda off). Today I called the only vet who will see goats in this county- he's not a goat vet. He said that it couldn't be hypocalcemia if she's taken that much calcium and hasn't improved. He suggested a shot of penicillin and a drench of epsom salts to "flush her out." I'm at a loss as to what to do next. Has anyone done the epsom salt drench? I have CMPK gel coming today but the vet says it is slightly caustic and isn't recommending it- nor is he recommending the CMPK injection which I need a prescription for. Today she is lying around more than she had been. She is very slightly limping when she walks. She took some alfalfa hay, pellets, and some browse. I need creative options to get fluids and nutrition in her and troubleshoot what I have done so far. Please help.