Hey all! Newbie goat owner here, and looking for a bit of advice: I'm a bit long-winded, so please bear with me: I just adopted two boys last Thursday, they were auction babies so I have very little background on them, but both look to be around 4-5 months imo. They were weaned when I got them. One came wethered, the other is intact. I knew I'd run the risk of taking on a project with auction goats, and that turned out to be the case: First few days were fantastic, goats seemed happy and healthy, other than being a little thin and some bad hoof care. Cleaned up the hooves, gave CD/T vax, held off on worming since I wasn't seeingany other signs and FAMACHAs looked good, which I realize now may have been a bad call. Two days ago I noticed the buckling had some "loose" stool: fairly solid but not pelleted, like a dog turd. I had just moved their grazing area (we have a portable enclosure for them, and they have a pen that they go into at night. Pen is dirt/browse, pastures are a mixture of grass and browse.) to a spot that had a lot of lush green grass, and it had been a bit drizzly, and this lil guy loves his grass so I just chocked the stool up to the weather/grazing in addition to the feed changes they probably had from whatever they were getting fed before I had them. Next day, I noticed that the stool had progressed to a pudding consistency. FAMACHA still good, rumen motility still good, appetite and attitude still good, and his hair coat was actually improving (not that it was bad before, but I swear he gets softer by the day). Took them off of pasture early and cut their pellet portion, so they were in the pen with only leafy browse and grass hay/alfalfa to eat. Cleaned his backside so I'd know if the diarrhea recurred. As always, they have free access to water and loose mineral. Temp normal. This AM, dad lets me know that the buckling was a bit lethargic, thought it might be due to the cold, and that he had had more pudding stool. I went out to check, he came up to me and was acting normal, bleating for food and attention. Brown pudding stool on his butt, and FAMACHA seemed lower than normal, but not bad: it had been a 1, now it was a 2. I went ahead and wormed with safe guard, I had some handy and Ivermectin is hard to find these days. By afternoon he was acting kinda "down", still walking around and eating but just not as energetically as normal. FAMACHA actually looked better (Yes, I know that's not how anemia normally works, I'm just telling y'all what I saw) Rumen motility still up, etc. Buy then I started second guessing myself, wondering if I should treat for coccidia instead. Obviously a fecal would be the ideal next step but I'm having trouble finding someone to treat goats over the weekend during a pandemic, lol. Went ahead and started Corid treatment and offered some electrolytes. At this point buck is feeling really down, dribbling brown pudding stool, showing no interest in food, and not begging for attention like usual. What's scaring me is that his rumen motility seems to have dropped, he went from having good strong contractions to having one weak one when I checked with stethoscope/palpation. No fever; temp seems stable around 102.7, no signs of anemia, no obvious dehydration. His buddy is showing no questionable symptoms whatsoever. Is there anything more I can do? I feel like I've thrown a lot at him already, but at the same time I am really worried. I have dark beer and yogurt onhand for the rumen issues but I also don't want to overwhelm his system. Thank you in advance!