Ok, having a major worm problem, Goats are loosing weight then getting anemic and then dieing. We discovered that it is the blood suckers "Haemonchus contortus (ie. blood sucking worm found in the abomasum or fourth compartment of the ruminant stomach)" I have lost a couple babies and a couple older goats :cry: :cry: :cry: I have wormed the bucks with Valbazen and wormed the goats with Morantel Tartrate. But they dont seem to be better. Not everyone looks yucky just some of them. My herd is closed, no one goes out and no one comes in Gotta get this under control before more goats die. I know what goat I brought in that started the whole thing.... GRRRR. But what is happening is they start getting a little skinney, I worm them, and since they are blood suckers, when the worms die they detach from the intestines and then cause anemia and they cant come back up from it. Everyone here in calaveras that I have talked to is having problems, even the animal control officer I know lost two of her bucks due to this worm problem. I think because it rains then stops and gets warm in the 80's. Ok so I am wanting to worm everyone for 3 days straight then wait 7 days worm again, wait 7 days and then worm again. then move it to once a month for 6 months and then depending on fecals we will go to every 6 weeks or so. What wormers work good, I dont want to mess around with stuff that might have resistance. I see Pancur is good, I beleive Safegueard is no good. http://www.durvet.com/prods/GOAT_506/DetailSheet.html http://www.durvet.com/prods/RUMATEL_163 ... Sheet.html Are any of these good?? I have 35 goats that need to be wormed, as much as I would LOVE to say that money is not an issue it is of course and I want something that isent horribly expensive. Please help guys.