Wanted to share my story on bottle jaw. I do my own fecals and worm seldom, only as needed, because I have so many concerns about resistance. Last month I had a big problem. My katahdin ewe came up with bottle jaw, I think compromised with ketosis, couple of weeks from lambing. I did all the things I thought needed and finally called the vet, he took a sample for a fecal and came up with the egg count of 4850. Highest his tech had ever seen. I tried several wormers and could only get the count down to about 500. I am usually seeing very low counts. A couple of eggs on a slide, highest I have seen on my samples from any of my animals was 50. Long story short - finally tried Lavamed (levamisole hydrochloride) and one dose of 1 1/2 oz I got a negative slide. I had been told that this product was pulled from the market years ago because of resistance (was off for about 15 years) but seemed to working well again. I will be keeping this as a go to product if I have a problem. The dose on the bag is for sheep and for cattle -I do not have the proper dose for goats as yet but will call the man who gave me the information on it next week and see if he knows. Info says overdosing can cause death so am concerned to find proper dosage. My ewe is doing very well now so hopefully will fully recover. Probably barber pole worm takeover after she got so run down. She did lamb with healthy triplets and is eating me out of house and home. Big pan of chaffhaye with handful of kelp twice a day , orchard grass and then let out to go to pasture. She was too weak to go out for several weeks. If you have used this on goats and know the dosage please let me know.