This morning we noticed our 9 week old doe has swollen eyelids (both eyes) and her rear end is swollen/red in appearance as well. We flushed her eyes with a sterile saline solution & plan to flush them again with liquid silver and a chamomile compress. She has no discharge and her eye is a bit cloudy looking. (making me believe it is pinkeye) Other information: Housing - they have very clean housing, bedding used is straw and a wooden floor that is regularly cleaned/scraped out. Weather - It has been windy & raining the past few days w/a drop in temps Herd info - she has a brother born at the same time, who is not suffering from the condition - mom had a sore on her vulva over the past week which cleared up. Leading me to believe this could be herpes - one other kid has recurring eye "infections" that last a few days, are treated and clear up (pinkeye?) His mom had a swelling of one eye while pregnant that did the same. She has not had it happen since kidding in August. - We JUST had a vet visit to do blood draws and test our herd for CAE. Her mother was positive, meaning most likely she is as well. (cannot test until 8+ mos.) Feed - We cut and carry A LOT of fresh branches. We also practice rotational grazing in 3-4 different pastures. We feed free-choice hay & an evening ration of soy-free grain mixed with some organic alfalfa pellets & oats & a mild herbal dewormer/health tonic mixed in daily to lactating mothers. The kids have started to eat a little bit of the grain mixture, but a very small amount that is left over after mom eats. Fresh water of course & occasional ACV and/or molasses mixed in. - - - I will post pictures and her temp after I take them. Any ideas/opinions/treatment suggestions? Thank you for your time.