My 5 m.o. buckling has dropped a lot of weight over the last couple months, is acting slow and quiet and I can't figure out what is wrong with him. I wormed him about a month and a half ago. He has a thick, fluffy winter coat and I hate to say it, but I haven't really gone in to mess with the bucks because they smell so bad... So I didn't realize he has lost so much weight. I can feel his back bone and ribs easily, but he's not extremely skinny or anything, but has definatley lost quite a bit of weight. Normally my goats have enough on to where you have to press pretty good to feel the ribs. He has started acting quiet and slow and just not running up for food like the others. Does anyone have any suggestions? I just am not sure what is up with him. He hasn't been breeding does and hasn't been chasing them so I don't think he's lost any weight from that. He's getting the same amount of food as everyone else and everyone else looks good. Should I maybe worm him again?? Could it possibly be cocci? Anything anyone can think of I could give him so he starts putting weight back on and feeling better. Poor little guy. Thanks in advance everyone!!