I have lost several goats over the past several months...some are explainable but I lost three that were about seven months old...they were fine one day and two days later they had died. Two doelings and one buckling. Total I have lost 3 fainter does and their 7 babies--they weren't healthy when I bought them and I think that was the issue...never could get them looking healthy. 3 seven month old youngsters (mentioned above) 2 more babies who were born outside in the middle of the night and froze (momma escaped from the barn) Momma doe is fine 2 babies born premature on Christmas night--it was very cold and I brought them in and tried to feed but they never got up on their feet...very weak. Momma doe is doing fine. Reba--my beautiful red nubian that got stuck in the pond. We have 10 left that are doing great and a couple that should be kidding in the next week to 10 days. We have shelters and a barn with hay and I grain feed them. I also will let them out to browse on the empty lot next to us...they love that. The weather has been pretty unstable here...cold for several days...then warm for a day or so...I just don't have a good explanation as to why the 3 7mo. olds died. That's 18 goats...too many!!! Is there anything I could give my current ones left to "boost" their immunities? I have wormed several times wih just a general wormer from a feed supply store...i have used it for years and it has always seemed to work. Any suggestions would help...THANKS!!! :?