Ok this more of a thought than a question. I was seeing people saying that they were using sulfa's and when their fecals were done there was absolutely NO coccidia oosytes. I got to thining about that and that I usually stop prevention treatment when they are about 5 months to 6 months old because usually by then they have built up an immunity to the coccidia. How do the kids build up an imunity to coccidia if they are never allowed to have any in their system? There IS a difference between too much and a little bit though. Too much and you have a sick goat or one that is not able to grow as quickly as his or her pen mates who have lower ammounts of coccidia. I know that a lot of us human are becoming germaphobes and use antibacterial and anitviral everything. I thik we are slowly losing our immunities to simple germs this way but I could very well be wrong. So my point after all that is, wouldn't you WANT just a very small ammount of Coccida in them in order for them to build up an immunity to them?