I’m not going to even try to make you feel bad because you didn’t take it upon yourself to call the vet. You’re doing everything within your power to give her the help she needs. I’m sorry for the loss of her kids. It’s always different for folks likes us. Goats are affectionate and goat people tend to be empaths (at least the ones you meet here). I would just caution you about grain. I just lost the sweetest boy EVER after him being off his feed for several days. I bought quality hay from TSC and kept fresh hay and water out for him for a good week. I think I let him have grain too soon after having a problem with his rumen. I let him eat what he wanted as soon as his appetite picked up. If I understand correctly, rich grain on an empty rumen creates a thiamine deficiency and sets the stage for goat polio. I let him back in with the herd and within two days he was dying. Being seen by an expert is always best but sometimes you just can’t save them. Just be careful with your feed and I hope you are able to figure out her vitamin and electrolytes.