Hi...haven't been on here in awhile...I was the one whose fainters all had babies within a few days of eachother...we ended up with seven babies but I'm sad to say they have all passed. The last two were almost two weeks old when they passed...I have no idea what happen other than the mothers just werent healthy enough to raise them. The babies would be fine one day and very weak the next...we would bring them in and try to bottle feed but it just didnt work. The last two were a little over two weeks old before they passed??!! I now have three 11 month old babies who have gotten sick...lost one this morning and the other two (sisters) are staying in a shed away from everybody else...and to top it all off one of the fainters that lost the babies is so weak she can't get up. I looked for bottle jaw but they are all getting so fuzzy for the winter that it's hard to tell. Should I go ahead and worm my whole herd for cocci??? I would take any suggestions. I am pretty sure the fainter that is so weak will be gone by morning...she has fixed eyes and convulses occassionally...I thought abou going ahead and just putting her down...I can't stand to see her like this. What type of cocci med is best and what is the dosage? We have no vets in this area who will claim to know anything about goats...just pisses me off!!! Sorry but it does. And one other thing...I have a big nubian and the rest of mine are smaller breeds...i saw the bigger one butt the crap out of one of the 11 month olds and the little one couldnt get up without assistance...once i got her up she was kinda walking sideways and then went in and laid down and hasn't been back out. My nubian has never been this aggressive...she has actually butted me twice in the last couple weeks...she has twins on her that are about 3 months old...if she doesn't straighten up should i put her in a pen by herself?? All my goats are either going crazy or dieing!!!