I guess lice are pretty common in the winter months, and my goats have had scruffy looking coats for about a month now. I didn't seem to notice any problem with it untill about the end of february. The goats hair is scruffy, dull, flaky skin, and the undercoat hair is falling out. Also the hair is very thin and some parts of alpines coat is hairless! I did dust them with insectra dust or something of that name. But the lice must be so bad, that it doesn't work. I am worried that there may be something else wrong with the goats. They seem fine. Theyre eating, drinking, pottying normally. There hair is just horrible looking. I think there is lice in their bedding. I haven't had the time to clean out the stall this winter. There has been too much snow. Once the weather gets warm i need to bathe both goats, clean out the stall and hopefully that will end lice for awhile. But for now I am asking anyone what they would do. Should I just ignore it and use the dust untill i can bathe them? Our feed store sells injections for parasites, should i try that? I'm not sure how major a lice problem is. We have had lice with the goats before and i just cleaned the stall and bathed them and they were fine, but now the weather doesn't permit that and the lice problem is bigger!