Ok heres the deal...my mom has a herd of Toggenberg, Boer goats..3 does 4 wethers and 1 nigi doe....they broke out of the barn last night and ate a good many of the azaelas the landlord had planted around his place....this happened around 11 pm.(Monday)...Mom called me at work and told me what happened and that all but one of them was throwing up...of course the only thing I could think of fast was tell her to give them an activated charcoal slurry, she had none....so because I know that Milk of Magnesia helps a goat rid themselves of "bad stuff" in their gut, I had her dose them with that at 2 1/2 oz per goat, my sister was available to help her and they got them dosed...all were drinking water and all threw up again...I got there at 6pm and had the "rhodedendron poisoning" remedy from the FiasCo Farm site, all goats but the small Togg Doe were eating hay and looked perky....we drenched with yogurt because of the vomiting and I gave the doe the "remedy"...within an hour she was eating hay as well. The only one not vomiting was the 10 month old Boer doeling....she still nurses from her mom....would the milk in her belly caused her to not have such a violent reaction? I'll know more on how they're doing a bit later today. When I left at 8pm all had good rumen movement and were eating their hay.....besides what I did for them does anyone else have a fast and accessible "remedy" I also left a pan of Baking Soda out for them. Needless to say though my mom knows these plants are toxic, the landlord is just that...it's his place, he agreed to make the gate stronger or get rid of the bushes...whichever is easier.