I'm back again! Well, it has been a rough couple of weeks, and now one of my goats had scours. Here's the situation. I'm trying to figure this out, but I thought a more experienced person might be able to help. We got two new goats two weeks ago. One of the new goats has had a cough since I got her, but no fever. The other had goopy eyes, but that seems to be nearly gone, and her coat and eyes both look much better to me. The coughing goat also sounds a little congested and was covered in lice. Because of the lice, I gave all the goats (old and new) Ivomec orally, 11 days ago, and again yesterday. I had planned to quarantine the new goats for a month. Long story made short, I had to mix them together sooner than planned, so I did that a few days ago. The quarantine only lasted about a week and a half. The older goat (the goopy eye one, who is also pregnant), has been a huge bully. I know some of that is normal, but geez! She sticks to me like glue (that part is sweet), but won't let the others anywhere near me. She won't let them eat, and she slams them into the fence. She isn't as bad with the one who came here with her, but she is a terror to my other goats. They don't seem to know what to think. They fight her a little, but now they just run from her. Tonight when I went to put them away, I saw my 8 month old doe, the one I'm hoping to breed soon, had a nasty butt. I then saw her poop, and it is brown and looks like pudding, but a watery pudding. She doesn't have a fever. I put electrolytes in the water tub for her. So, since she doesn't have a fever, could this be either from the wormer or stress related from the new goat being a bully? She went into heat for the first time right before the new goats came, so maybe 2.5 weeks ago. I'm also giving them vitamin c tablets since the one is coughing. I'm hesitant to jump on any kind of treatment. Right now she seems pretty normal other than her poo. Anything I can do to just help her through it? I'm going to keep the new goats separate from the old tomorrow to give her a break from being slammed into the fence. She was what I considered to be queen, being the older and bigger of the two I originally had, but I think the new one has taken that position from her.