A fellow goat person had a doeling die and her vet said it was from a twisted stomach. How does that happen and is it common? I've heard cows and horses get this sometimes. Before the doeling died I was called out to see her. She had pale membranes, was floppy and her temp was low. I was told by owner's kids that they found her laying in the barn and they they had just recently ( last few days) started giving her grain. I had them stop the grain and gave the doeling baking soda in her mouth. I tried to stand her up, walk her, and massage her stomach to get things moving. I called my vet and she said to do what I had already done. She died about 2 hours later. Is twisted stomach from too much grain or was it acidosis?