My most obvious issue was/is my white wether turning a reddish color, and my golden blonde (also newly wethered) 5 month old buckling turning white. My doe, who's usually the healthiest goat I've ever seen, (a glossy Boer red color) suddenly looked dry with white splotches of hair springing up. I received the copper boluses in the mail on the 13th of June and started dosing my 5 goats. By the 17th they got the dosages I decided would do to start with. Today is the 20th. Just this morning I looked at them thinking that I can't get anything right or easy. It's hard to be patient...not knowing how long it may take to see results...if any. My boys look like I've given them a haircut besides the discoloration. But this afternoon I can see real color coming back on my baby wether! And his mother, (the Boer red) is looking shiny, glossy, almost back to her lovely self! If only my white Louie turns white again.... Here's a list of doses: Louie - 120# - 6 grams Mickey - 130# - 6 grams London - 72# - 4 grams Louisa - 66# - 3-4 grams Chica - 93# - 4-5 grams Of course weights are approximate, I used a goat weight tape. And I held my breath with each dose, stuffing their mouths with fruit so that they'd keep swallowing after I got the bolus in their mouths. But we did pretty good. They've been free-feeding plenty on Goat Minerals too. Once a day I sprinkle the black oil sunflower seeds in the minerals. THOSE are irresistible!