Does anyone have any experience with this? I was talking to a man who bought some goats from Ken a few months back. He had bought a buck that showed some promise and I was asking about him. He told me that the buck has chronic diarrhea and he couldn't seem to get rid of it. He's had his vet come out and pulled a fecal but his vet was stumped. One of the does he bought from us died before and he had he autopsied by the vet school. The results were unhelpful-all they said was there was bacteria in the intestines without specifying what kind. At the time I thought her death was something environmental since he lost two goats in the week prior to loosing her. Now I'm not so sure. But she was the biggest, most robust doe-not someone I'd contribute to a chronic wasting disease. I could just be freaking out now but I'm really worried. I told the man to get his buck tested. I also recommended putting him on nothing but a grass hay with probiotics, B12 shots and electrolytes in the water to be sure it was not dietary. I know he feeds his goats alfalfa which is rich, but wouldn't the buck's digestive system be used to it by now. I plan on testing a goat from each of our pastures as well. Thing is I don't really know much about testing. Could my vet school do it or is there a specific laboratory that should do it? Where can I get some of those vaccutainers? Am I overreacting? Is there something else that could be affecting the buck?