We have a doeling who is quite lethargic and droopy. She was born 1/26/08. First born in a set of twin doelings. She is linebred (father bred daughter) and her twin was out of our Boer/Saanen buck. The mother was a FF 2 year old NuPine. She was considerably smaller than her twin sister but has grown quite well on her dam since. She was in the 5-6 pound range at birth. I moved a number of does and kids around on Monday. She, her dam and 7 other dams with kids went from the milking barn out to the Corn Crib Shed. The Corn Crib Shed is quite a bit more open but still provides plenty of shelter. There is a smaller shed in the back for them to sleep in. She was perky and just fine then. Today I fed the does and kids out there and went in because I thought I was a doe short on my count. I wasn't, but saw a black kid drooped in the shed. WEnt to pick her up and she was droopy. Not completely limp at all, but holding her head down and had some drool. She and her dam are now locked in a pen in the milking barn again. The baby would not nurse. She stood for awhile after I stood ehr up but just laid down after a bit. When standing she is not holding her head up at all. Her dam has a bit of milk. The doeling is not gaunted at all. She does not seem all that dehydrated though dad noted her eyes looked a little sunk to him. I did not manage to get a temperature and will do that when I go back down. Another doe in that pen has pnuemonia, which is strange because it is quite open. That doe has a weak immune system, however. She is being treated with Pen G because that is all I have. Am I most likely looking at pnuemonia? She was shaking so could just be slightly chilled. The weather here has been quite cold. We keep getting hit with clippers. The weather has been up and down for some time. We were down to 5 yesterday and will be up to 50 in the next couple of days. I have Pen G, Tylan 50, LA200, can't find my expired Excenel and that's about it at this point. I can try to get Nuflor if that is what it looks like. Last time I tried I was not successful and at this point they will likely insist the vet come out and look or I take her in. She is naturally polled, so not burned. She got her BoSe when born. Dam had her CD/T, I believe. She was not born ina clean pen since that was when I was sick. There is no swelling in her joints, however. I thought navel ill maybe. THanks for any thoughts. I'll take her in tomorrow if I need to.