A month ago, I moved my goats and chickens from Michigan to North Carolina. I am finely back on-line. We've been without the internet for weeks and weeks. UGH! Well, the move went okay. Unfortunately it was 101 degrees almost the whole way. The chickens were panting and so I packed ice bags in the back and changed them every couple of hours. But too bad for the goats, the ice melted and soaked them. They were not happy! But at least they weren't overheating. But you just can't reason with goats. We arrived at night and they were not amused to be put in to a new place in the dark. But now they have pasture and they are settled in. And my CAE and CL and TB and Brucellosis tests all came back negative. YAY!!! Healthy herd! One question...my buckling is nearing 3 months. He was born black and now he's off black and turning reddish and even some white is appearing. I think he is copper deficient (his aunt is, and a copper bolus worked like a miracle!). Can he be at such a young age? Thanks for all the advice! Jennifer Ps I will be over on the horse board too because i have 2 new Gypsy Vanners! Whew!!