I posted in the waiting section that Trouble kidded and her buckling is weak. I'm thinking it could be a selenium deficiency? He's just real weak legged. He wouldn't get up to nurse, and got to shivering real bad, after I worked and worked to get him going. Knowing we had a buckling that might have had a deficiency a few weeks ago, after we got some colostrum into him hubby gave him some selenium e gel. Sometimes he has trouble getting to his feet, and will lay on his side and flail around helplessly. But once I get him laying more upright, he can get to his feet. I'm feeding him every hour and a half - syringe feed then taking him out and letting him nurse on mama. I have to hold him up most of the time while he's nursing, although the last time he was able to get up by himself - I have to hold mama as she is a ff and still figuring all this stuff out, so I am helping her. I was nervous about her kidding because she seems more 'delicate' mentally than my other does, so I did expect to need to help her. Any ideas? Think it could be the selenium? I know orally it can take a couple of days to get them going, but it's all I have for now. He is alert, and he is vocal. I'll try to get a video in just a short bit to add and show you what he is doing.