Ok, got my blood test results back. Baby Girl is pregnant (she's the one that's been bleeding, still nothing new with her) and Penny is not, Jodi might be, I hope not. They were CAE negative (yay), but I have a question. This was done through biotracking, so they give you the numbers. I don't really understand it though. Ok, Penny had an 11, Jodi an 8 and Baby girl a 5. Does this mean anything? Should they be zero, or is this typical? Is it just that all goats have been exposed to cae in very very small amounts and it's only when they get too much for their immune system to handle (such as a flood of it from a CAE positive dam, or an already weak animal getting a lower exposure from a pen mate) that they get sick and the virus multiplies, thus increasing immune response and causing a positive result?