This morning I went out to feed as usual, and 1 of my kinder milking does had no interest in her grain (highly unusual) and then I saw the scours all around the pen. I'm guessing she ate too many apples. She was in the same pasture with the 2 sheep, 2 wethers, 3 does, 1 doeling, and 1 wetherling. No one else is sick. Her temp is 102.3, I gave her some Pepto for animals, I drenched her with electrolytes and probiotics... Rubbed her sides pretty good. The neighbor did say he gave them all the apples under his tree, which there was about 30 or so apples.. I asked him not to throw over that many, 1 each is plenty. Is there anything else I should be doing? She is in her pen... She ate a little hay, and really isn't interested in much. She's still scouring a little it's clumping up though. She gave me a cup of milk this morning, under the circumstances I understand. Should I continue to milk her, or just leave her for now? I don't want to dry her up, but don't want the extra stress on her body right now either. She should have a couple more months of milking. She's going to be 2 on Jan 1st.