It is the craziest thing. Oliver continues to improve. He even jumped onto his tire today which I haven't seen in about 3 months. We have started letting him outside for about 2 hours each day to see how things are- but he is still eating only softened carrots, softened lamb starter and free access to hay and mineral.
Other than being a little slower and jumpy than his 'real' personality, the only other hint that anyone would have that he was pretty much on death's door is that there is still some foaming around his mouth when he is first getting up. Ideas??
Thinking of causes for this- other than the obvious, cancer now in some type of reprieve, I am still wondering about mould. The round bale we had was 98% good. I only found mould on one spot on the inside roll. Would a goat eat that part of it if there were better options?
I tried to attach a couple of photos. What a lesson in technology!! I learned how to resize. Yay! I noticed in one of the photos my daughter has a dog collar on them. What a silly girl. The collars aren't part of their normal get-up, but the goats will put up with just about anything for attention.