Hi All, I had a doe abort twins at around 123 days. I've read many of the posts on late abortion, and I suspect it was chlamydia. Unfortunately, I'm new to all of this, and I froze the dead babies (it's winter, the ground is too rock-hard for me to bury). She ate the afterbirth. As I understand it, if you've frozen the babies, you can't test them, which I realize many might suggest. The indicators of chlamydia are 1) Late abortion 2) the fact that chlamydia is the number one cause of late abortion 3) I had another doe have pink eye about 5 months ago. Other possibilities are selenium deficiency, or toxoplasmosis (we have 2 or three stray barn cats). I have one other pregnant (I think) doe who is due in about a month. My questions are two fold: 1)Considering I can't test for the chlamydia from the fetus, would it be bad to go ahead and treat my small herd (three goats) with LA 200 as a precaution? 2) Is it OK to give LA 200 to a lactating doe? And how risky is it to give it to my other doe who I believe is pregnant. Basically, is the presence of pink eye in a doe (that I have since sold) 5 months ago, coupled with a late abortion a strong enough indicator to treat the whole heard with LA200 without getting tests done? I realize these questions have a lot of overlap with other threads, but I couldn't find any that address my situation closely enough. Thanks for any responses!