Just when I think we are all clear... A little background...Over the weekend I had a friend bail on me who was going to watch our goats while we went to ID for the new goats (said he knew how to milk and would come over twice a day - humph!). I ended up calling a different friend who has goats and a clean herd and asking her to watch them - but I had to bring them to her - 30 minutes away. They were in thier own stall, two pregnant and due this week, one newly fresh. I didn't worm them as Fresh doe was just wormed, and my PG does were due to be wormed after kidding and I thought that would be just too much worming all the way around! I don't know if that has anything to do with anything, but it might... So now I have this doe who's ligaments are pretty dang soft, no discharge, she has dropped pretty low so I am on watch. Her poo was clumpy and I was waiting it out to see if it would turn around, but it hasn't. this morning it's cow plops. Temp is normal. I'm wondering if this is because they are on a hay strike? She gets free choice alfalfa pellets and local and maybe a cup of grain a day. We had THE best local and now are out and buying ok local and they are turning thier noses at it. She is eating pellets and her bit of grain and water. Help please???