If anyone has used Baycox, I would like to get more information about it. We have had some resistance this year to Sulfas and Corid, so I'm needing another alternative before kidding season comes around again. If anyone here has used Baycox, my questions are: Did it work for you and did you run fecals to see how well it worked? Which Baycox did you buy - Cattle, Piglet, or Horse paste? What dosage? At what age did you start using it on kids? Finally, where is the best place to find Baycox? Our local vets are just not interested in purchasing any, because of the cost, and they really don't know how to use it in goats. So, hopefully someone here has used it and can answer my "many" questions. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.