I am having a terrible time with the triplets born last night. Finally taking time to get on here and ask for help. Only one buckling has ever really sucked well. He took about 6 oz of colostrum the second time I tried and another four later. The other two have had to be rubbed to swallow well and stimulated to make any effort sucking. All had 14-16 oz. colostrum in some way, but not tubed, before I finally went to bed for a couple hours. BoSe, probiotics, and vit E last night. We are now 18 hrs post kidding. No one will suck the bottle - lambar and pritchard - I've been trying off and on since 6 AM. Now 10 AM I tubed the two weakest 2 oz. each and syringed the one who sucked last night about an oz and will work on that again when finished here - he is walking around. Everybody got BoSe and E again. Passed some meconium and are peeing... the two weak ones could stand steady after being tubed, but still listless. All temps between 102.2 and 102.7. I have a bag of normosol (injectable electolytes) which the vet gave instead of lactated ringers. Wondering when it is time to use some of this to get them hydrated. *Edit- my brain is fried... I still think tubing them with colostrum/milk would be better than injections... Is this correct? Also wondering about a B complex.