My daughters show wethers for 4H at our county fair each year. They just picked up their show wethers yesterday from the breeder and we brought them home. They are 14weeks old. They were fine yesterday. The breeder gave me 1/2 bag of Ful O Pep feed since we were going to switch them to X-Clamation show feed and told us to do 50/50 to get them switched. We did 50/50 of feed yesterday evening, and this morning. My oldest daughters wether was fine yesterday. But today I noticed him just laying around...a LOT. The other wether is fine. He's energetic and happy. But the other one is laying around and I had to literally lift his head up and shake him to get him to perk up and stand up. He is drinking water and eating. But when he eats, he goes up to the feeder and actually rests his forehead inside the edge of the feeder and eats so slowly and very lazily. He's having bowel movements and urinating okay. No fever...did a rectal temp and it was 102.6 both times. We're in south texas and it got really chilly last night. I didn't watch the news, so didn't know it was going to be cold as hot as it was yesterday. So we didn't put up the tarps over the opening to the shed. They are shaved, so was thinking he got cold last night. He sounded a little hoarse today too when he cried. He just didn't want to walk or anything really unless I made him move. Sis in law came over and gave him a 3cc Nuflor injection just incase he's getting an infection. Any ideas??? Hate to see him not feeling well and it worries me. Daughter spent 200.00 on him for her 4H project and we've only had him one day and he's feeling sick. Not sure if the 50/50 feed transition was too much for him with moving to a new home or what. If he's not better tomorrow..we're taking him to the vet. Tonite they are laying on a thick layer of hay, and I put goat blankets on them since they are shaved and the wind is really gusting out there. The tarps are up to cover the shed opening and keep the wind down. Not sure what else to do for him tonite. Wish I had a crate to bring him inside thehouse. He's sleeping next to his brother, but he has the shakes. Guess he's got chills..but no fever. The goats we raised last year never went thru this.