Okay, So I got fecal results back on two of my girls today. The one has been thin and not feeling well and the other all of sudden started dropping weight but has been acting normal other than the weight loss. I have both of the girls in isolation with free choice alfalfa and grain twice a day without the competiton of trying to eat. Since i haven't been seeing much in the way of positive results I took stool samples in and they both came back that they have a huge overload of Coccidia and a load of Strangyl (sp) worms, but not huge amount at this time! I thought they probably had a worm load but had no idea it could have been a coccidia overload with no diarhea, So lesson learned there. But anyway my question here is that the vet recommend a treatment of CoRid. I've been doing some reading and I'm seeing alot of refrences to the fact that this should not be used as a Cocci treatment in goats due to the depletion of Thiamine and may not be as effective. Also my one girl that hasn't been doing well does look pretty anemic very pale membranes when I checked her eyes. So I'm not sure if this is the best route or not with the fact more thiamine will be blocked from her system, should I supplement her with a Vitamin B Complex to help boost her. Also the vet asked about what wormer I have been using and I said Ivomec plus and he advised using Panacur instead as it was more effective. But again I've been told and read lots of places it has seem to lost its effectiveness, but if it is used it should be dosed for consecutive days. So I'm not trying to second guess everything the vet advises but I just want to make the most informed decision and i'm just not sure how much this vet office knows about goats. The receptionist even commented about they don't see many goats. Thanks for your guys thought and help in advance!