My husband and I recently added three baby goats to our herd. One came solo and the other two are brother and sister. The one is supposedly 12 weeks old and a Neubian mix. Poops looked great day we brought him home and the next day. We were told he had been weaned for some time and was on alfalfa and open grazing so we have fed him alfalfa and kept him out in the yard during the day. That night he started with diarreah and has not stopped since. It has now been four days and I'm starting to worry. Fairly confident due to stress and feed change. We've now been keeping confined to minimize exposure to any other feeding. I do not think he was weaned, is probably closer to 10 weeks as he does nothing but try to suckle on everything and screamed bloody murder whenever left alone. I tried a dose of Pepto and saw no result. Attitude, appetite and hydration appear good but I am afraid to ignore for too much longer. Any words of advise or peace of mind would be helpful. Due to extreme stress of the first being alone my husband and I picked up two additional youngsters a few days later (approximate 14 weeks old). These two have dry crust around their eyes and seem to have stuffy noses. Attitudes are great and no cough or visual drainage but I don't want to ignore a problem that could escalate. The conditions these two lived in were not pleasant so I'm confident they were not kidded in a healthy environment. I have horses, am pretty medically savvy but goats are all new to me and I don't want to jeopardize my babies by making assumptions. I'd appreciate some insight. Thanks.