Last week I ordered a microscope online and I received it a few days ago. :leap: I want to be able to do my own fecals at home. With hubby out of town last night, it gave me a little extra time to finally unpack it and play with it. I must admit I was very excited for it to get here. Thank God no one can see our place through the trees. Armed with a headlamp and a ziplock, I must have looked like a football player waiting for the (poo) punt behind my girls. I may be 36 years old but I swear I still feel 13 when it comes to my animals! I’m sure some of you can understand my disappointment when I couldn’t find one egg. I thought for sure I would see at least one. Don’t get me wrong. I would be thrilled if none of my goats had a single egg, but I was under the impression that goats/dogs always have a small number and that their bodies normally keep them in check. An elevated number of eggs would mean to worm them. So am I doing it wrong? I see lots of bubbles and roughage like material. I’m going to do another float this morning and thought I would share a picture of what I find. This unit plugs into a computer to take a pic but I’m finding the pics aren’t very clear.