I just wanted to let you all know that three weeks ago, we got a newborn Boer buck kid. He is an Awesome kid, whom we fell in love with immedietaly! He began having problems with his back legs within the first week, along with a respiratory infection...(we got him at just 24 hours old, and it was a LONG and very hot ride home.... He was severely stressed from just the ride itself.) To make a long story short, we used Nuflor, and probiotics to get him thru the respiratory junk....(Thanks to this forum.) He seemed fine after that,.....except that his hind legs seemed wobbly and weak all of a sudden. (We gave him 1/4 cc Bo-se on his second day, the day we got him home...........) We kind of expect weak legs on newborns...not of 3 week-old babies...., however. This little guy still had very weak back legs at 3 weeks old, and we began to worry alot about him. (Falling down.. hind legs just so wobbly that they turned every direction, joints turning the wrong way like a newborn sometimes does,... etc. It was awful to see... He was obviously uncomfortable... poor honey.) Little Joe HAS been growing... He is a sweetie, and he and our kitten "Sprocket," have become great pals.....(off subject, but I wish we had a video camera to record those two.. they are just adorable together...) Anyway , Little Joe is now a 20 pound moose, but his back legs give out on him..........just now and then, and/or just turn in randomly, as though he is loose in the hips....Uh Oh........ Not a good thing....we were VERY worried about him.........we had driven almost 3 hours to get him, and we had completely fallen in love with him.... We certainly wanted him to be okay.....poor baby! We are planning on raising this beautiful boy to be our herdsire next year! We do NOT want one who is very shakey in the leg and feet area.......... And so, here is the reason for my post....... We were immedietaly worried about White Muscle Disease in this sweet little guy.......(another problem we have been blessed enuff not to have to deal with, until now. ) and so, I went on this forum, and did a search about it... and I read about the .5cc of Bo-Se and 400 I.U. of Vitamin E per day, and we started that regimen on our little Joe today, and ALREADY, we are seeing improvement! And so, THANK YOU! We, and our new little addition Joe, really appreciate all of the help that you give to us folks, whom you do not even know! Our little guy seems to be MUCH more energetic and surefooted ALREADY! Thanks again. SO MUCH! We, as well as our goats, appreciate all of your help! We will keep up this treatment for our little Joe, and hopefully, he will be just fine, and be our herdsire this next Fall! Thanks again, folks..SOO much!