Ok please tell me what you think. I will not get offended or anything.... I have had these 2 twin goats... They are Boer goats and 7 months old. They only weigh 40 pounds a piece... Our other Boer goat(the same age) is 100 plus pounds and super healthy. We have no clue why they arent growing like the other goat ?. They are raised the same.Plus get the same food and wormed with ivemec. So we called the lady we got the healthy Boer goat from and she said that the babies probably have coccidia ...We got on the Internet and looked it up and found that coccidia will stunt the growth of goats and killed the stomach lining ,so that no nutrients are processed . So great... My mom works at a vet clink and she worked today and we got some corid and we are planning on drenching them with that. But let me mind you that,the twins were born ,and their mom died the same day and they had no colostrum from her. Somehow we saved them and bottle fed them on Purina goat milk stuff. The other healthy goat was raised on a bottle ,but was with his mom for about 3 weeks. Is there any chance we can get these babies to catch back up ? or will we be stuck with mini Boer goats. That means that they probably want live long ? We Have a mineral block in there pens and keep the pens clean. The other thing is they are in with my bigger goats... I know that if the babies are ingesting the older goats poop ,they can get cossidia from them... The feed we are feeding them is medicated and we start the drench today. please anyone have any ideas on the situation ?? Goat are really proving to be a problem.