I have had the same runaround with my poor goats. They are acting fine, eating great, very affectionate 18 mos. old does just purchased 3 weeks ago. Have given them duravet goat pellets then cydectin then valbazen then ivormectin. I called my vet (after several other vets to get a EPG fecal done) and no one does them! It is a yes or no...anyways, my vet said that it takes about 30 days for it to show up...an anemic goat will be anemic still in 21 days or so. :crazy I keep looking for changes in my girls's eye lid and mouth color not realizing it takes a while for blood to build back up. I did ask him about red cell (horse supplement) he said it is basically a b complex vitamin may help a little, but time is the issue. Feed them well give them hay and pasture and stop monkeyin around with these goats. They need adjustment, etc. I will say that after this 3 weeks and all this worming, the one, who is around 83 lbs. still does not have normal poop. I have been giving her 2 capsules of slippery elm daily for about 8 days now with no change. Although my daughter said she was up there and a clump came out then a squirt of liquid then a cow type plop? I have introduced just a handful of sunflower seed to their alfalfa pellets and have posted question on loose stool from that. So I guess I just need to wait a while and see how they are doing...It has been raining out quite a bit the last few days so I have kept them in the barn...Plus there was tornado warnings all over the place. I have foraged for them getting a bunch of snacks and hanging it in their stall. I appreciate everyones patience with me I know it is difficult managing my smalll herd as well as your own...so much gratitude for everyone for helping me and my girls!