A few weeks ago, we bought three baby goats. Of those three, only one is alive now. One of them, Asriel, looked like something was up with him before hand. The day before, He was a little bony on the top but I watched him eat after I felt him and he ate as much as the other goats. His bahs were normal, he played with the other buckling(Vinny) that was born at our place, and he was just his usual prancy self. The next day, it was like he was a completely new goat. He couldn’t stand up, he was significantly more skinny than the day before, and his bahs were the weakest little noises. We called a lot of people who own goats and tried everything they said. We submerged his body in warm/hot water, we spread molasses on his gums, and we made a concoction that he was supposed to drink to regain energy. Before we could do another thing someone recommended and take his Temperature, he died in my lap. I was very concerned about the two others, Lucy and Ethal, but they were showing no signs that Asriel had. Asriel had also been bullied a lot by the two older goats who seemed to target him so I thought maybe I just didn’t see how aggressive they were towards him. I also suspected worms because of the sudden weight loss but thought he was too young for that to be likely. They had a large amount of weight on them and had a warm space so I wasn’t too worried. Two days after Asriels death, I find Ethal sprawled out, eyes wide, dead on the ground of the shelter. Now, I’ve had goats die in the past and I always found them curled up with their eyes closed(as if they were sleeping but stiffer). When I looked at her, it felt as if she was killed. The only sign that showed she was sick was diarrhea, which is a symptom for many things and also went away before she passed. I am extremely concerned about Lucy and the goats showing no symptoms has me even more panicked. What if she already has it and I can’t do anything? What if it’s something that’s extremely contagious and little Vinny caught it? I’ve asked other goat owners to take Lucy in just in case it was something that I was doing but they’re worried that it’s contagious and will be spread to THEIR goats(which I completely understand). I just don’t know what to do. The temps are in the negatives but I don’t think it’s just the cold. I’m willing to bring Lucy inside the house or even take the herd into the garage with a heater. I don’t have enough money to go to a vet so please. Someone help me. What do I need to do?