Hello all, I apologize if there is another thread with information on this but I am in a bit of a time crunch as I'm very worried about the state of one of my goats. A little background info- we have a herd of 20 goats, two bucks run in their own separate group, two bucklings in their own group, and one buckling and two doelings in a "nursery pen" to get their body condition and size up( just got them a couple weeks ago- breeder did not take care of them). The rest are does and 7 doelings from this years kidding- 5 of which are Boer doelings who we also bought in the last few weeks. The rest are 1-2 years old. We rotationally graze our goats using electronet fencing on 5 acres. They have tons of fresh, diverse forage and we do not do grain, as it's against our natural process, or hay inputs(except in the dormant pasture season of late fall/winter/early spring). Most of the time our goats are nice and fat and sassy using this system. Recently with the onslaught of heavy spring growth there has been tons of dense, lush grass and other forage. We had been doing strip grazing(moving the fence a few feet to make smaller patches for a day to work it down then moving again the next day) but three days ago we moved them into a full size new paddock in another area of the property because their paddock reached the board fence and needed moved to the other side because we couldn't step the fence out any further there, all still the same lush forage. One of our 2 year old Boer does had come down with a pretty bad case of diarrhea the day before moving them. Her backside was covered, but has gradually lessened each day since then and she seems unaffected otherwise. After moving them, two days later, two of our Nubians had it as well, Priscilla, 2, and her daughter Genevieve, 1. Genevieve's diarrhea is minimal at this point and she doesn't seem to have any other symptoms beyond that and it doesn't seem to be progressing. Priscilla however, who had always been our most efficient and aggressive grazer, is in terrible condition. In just a day's time her condition has wasted away when she always had great confirmation before that and never experienced issues like this. She is very emaciated, pale gums, loss of appetite, and of course severe diarrhea. She still eats, but barely, and just stands around most of the time. They always have access to plenty of graze, shelter, fresh water, etc. I've heard when goats gorge on lush graze it can disrupt the balance of their bacteria and cause bad cases of diarrhea but this seems extreme. All of the new goat kids we brought in this season were (supposedly) given their usual dewormings and shots before purchase. I have inspected all of their droppings and found no visible parasites or eggs. The remaining goats show no signs of diarrhea or other illness (yet, anyway). I'm very worried about them, especially Priscilla, she's always been such an excellent goat, in personality and genetics, this is so unusual and sudden and I'm worried we may lose her, or others, if this continues. The Boer doe and Genevieve both still seem fine in appetite and behavior and their diarrhea seems to be subsiding gradually. I would greatly appreciate anyone's insight or expertise on the matter, so I can do anything to save my poor Priscilla before it's too late. On the upside, she's on day two of being in this condition and does not seem worse, perhaps a tad better if at all, but barely. Still eating here and there and chewing some cud, but greatly weekend and still very bad diarrhea. She is certainly not out of the danger zone. I have offered minerals and tried to give her some nutridrench to help replace some of the vitamins and minerals she's lost but she hated it and tried to spit it out. Thank you all in advance, I apologize if this post was too long, just wanted to provide as much potentially relevant information as I can.