So yesterday I noticed a little bit of clumpy green poo, but didn't notice who it was coming from. Sometimes after roaming in the wooded area we'll get one with a little poo like this, and they act just fine, so we don't get worried. Everyone has been wormed, and UPD on shots, except our buckling who needs his. So I go out this morning, and one of our does has diarrhea She's got it on the backs of her legs, and there was a mess around the front of the mini barn where they sleep. I watched her, and when she poo'd again, it was watery green. Could the heat have something to do with it? It's been in the mid 80s, and the humidity... It's been staying around 80% or higher. Unfortunately I don't have a thermometer for the goats yet, BUT I am going to try and find my daughters old one. Any suggestions on what I could do? I know to get fluids into her. I'm going to go get some gatorade, any suggestions on a flavor or does that matter much? And should I try pepto as well? If so, how much? She's a big girl, probably 130-140lbs at a rough estimate. I'll have to hose the poo off of her back legs later, any suggestions on what kind of generic soap is good for their skin? I need to wash my preggo girls too they are icky, plus another goat got the diarrhea on them --yuck. Would it be a good idea to keep her in a stall, or let her stay out? I can try to run a fan out there if my extention cord will reach...can't wait to get electric out there! I hope it's just the heat and nothing else going on. With trying to get Molly and Boe over their hoof rot & hoof scald, this is the last thing I want to deal with.