Daniel (Wizard) is in your state, might want to ask him how he worms, he also has miniature lamanchas which stay round on air
Keeping them out of ground grains like laying mash and laying pellets is essential, plus chickens poop in their water and in their hay and walk in their feeders spreading all worms and cocci from the ground into the food. Sorry but chickens in with your milking stock is simply gross....in my opinion
A doe who is super thin after kidding could be showing you winter worms you didn't take care of, it can also simply be poor dry period managment, they simply have to have groceries to grow out 2 or 3 robust kids and themselves through your cold winters...if they don't freshen with some fat over their ribs to milk off, they milk off their body...and if any worms are eating condition along with that, well they are thin.
Getting a doe who is milking well and nursing kids back into condition during lactation is not going to happen without the possiblity of founder/acidosis or bloat problems. Make sure her water is super clean, her alfala feeders also, her hay feeders and if you are going to try to increase grain do no more than about a handful a week increase.
A fecal sample to the vet can be a very well spent $15 if they can identify worms or use a chambered slide to give you a count of eggs. Vicki
North of Houston Texas
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