Well, W've been having birhts, but have as many losses as well. I don't know what is going on, its like we are getting hit with everything right at the start up to prepare us for later on! Or is a lot of it a residue of the toxoplasmosis. I have never ever seen before a huge day old kid scour water. She was fine with the mother, the place is not over crowded, clean bedded, etc. had goats lay on kids, walk on them - when there is plenty of room. Goats rejected their kids and refusing to feed them. I lost Coco, I should have called the vet to do the c-section,. Maria who I was worried about kidded last night, we lost her,and the huge buckling she had - almost as big as his mom - is losing his battle. One of Tia's had a scour, I've done everything -and she is still alive, she might pull t hrough - Hopefully. She has an appetite still. All the goats have the bucket mineral licks now but Why do they walk on each other? I think they are going to get fed now, all back into their laundry baskets for the night so there is no more walking on each other andbothering the othres (the kids.) Flo's two orphans are still with us, getting cheeky. Nibbling on Tia's baby girls ear. I was standing over Maria last night protecting her. We only have one stall unfortunately, and the babies were in that. But again - plenty of room in the shed. I have the kids in the house again. They've been running around the house all day. i think tomorrow they are going back out to the shed into the dog training crate. They came in for some of the bottle feedings and never went back out !