When I went to feed today, my seven month old Nubian buck wasn't interested in the grain. Normally he's barking at the does he's with while I feed the other groups. He's droopy looking and scouring pretty badly. He was not scouring yesterday and was his peppy self yesterday. He wanted attention and drank some water. Looked like he was eating some hay. Eyes are nice and deep pink. He's been in that pen, with that same haybale since October 15th. Same amount of grain available. He shares with his harem.... I'm going to take his temp after I go back down. I need to find a thermometer first. He was raised on CAE prevention. Well grown out. Born late March, a premie. The only survivor of triplets. I don't think I've wormed him yet, so I will likely give that a go. I should have wormed him before taking him down, but he was in a pen of pirhanas (Jersey/Beef heifers). I'll check my records to be sure. He felt a bit chilled, but after feeling him and then Danielle, they were similar. The temperature went from quite cold back to nice this week. I guess I'm just trying to figure out just how aggressive I get. Should I break out the Antitoxin? After losing Boomer last year I am a bit paranoid. I also lost another buck earlier this breeding season. He was a Boer buckling I'd had for a whopping two to three months. If he has a fever am I most likely seeing pnuemonia? His eyes are kinda crusty, but the hay has a bit of dust in it. I have Nuflor and am willing to treat him if that is a possibility. If no fever, I figure I'll check his ruminations, dose him with some ProBios, B-Com and I don't know what else. He has been breeding and been pretty active. Thanks!