I have a 3 yr old full sized dairy breed doe that just doesnt want to eat, She is underweight and weak. Well, Since day 1 she would only smell the grain and walk away (Its the same grain she had always been fed) which did seem odd but I was ok with it. Then over a month ago I changed grains to something more suitable for for our local needs and both her and all my other goats like it much better, she would even eat 2-3 mouth fulls of it, but 2 weeks later she wouldnt touch it. So I went out and bought her old grain with no results which I figured because she didnt like it before - Which was fine because she was in good weight on hay and browse only by her choice. Then fall came so browse and leaf supply is low she was only getting hay. With only hay available and its getting colder (we had snow the other day) she will only eat a little bit of it. Every other goat we have loves the diet they are on and are in perfect weight for the coming winter. I give free choice grass hay, baking soda and goat minerals and shes not interested in any of it. I have tried giving her Calf Manna that I had bought it to supplement a slow going doeling and she acted like she didnt like the taste and spit out the pellets. I tried dry beet pulp shreds and wet shreds she would nibble 1-2 times. She just turns her up her nose at whatever I give her after she trys it. I just dont understand, Im not feeding her any differently then before I got her. I have not tried Alfalfa pellets or cubes yet but I will be getting them soon. I did think worms may be an issue but we dewormed her and everyone else with Ivermectin when we got her a little over a month ago, She had been dewormed when needed with the previous owner also. I did try a nutrient drench and a free choice mix in water with little results. The vet near me does treat livestock but we used him for our horses and now I will only get rabies shots or treatment for cats and dogs only from them as they dont seem knowledgeable, I know they have no goat experience and the office fee is high for them to not have a clue on how to treat her. I really would hate to loose her and her good lines and her siblings from either parents sell for $500+, shes open/dry but a great milker I hoped to breed this year but I understand if she doesnt improve then I must put her down before winter. Her breed with remain anonymous because of a possible diagnosis that to me seems to fit her case. (I probably just gave it away there) So any ideas? Feel free to ask questions about her or her diet.