HI! I have this precious new kid who has a bit of a poop problem. It's a normal color but the "berries" are clumped together. When we first got him there was also an orange mucous involved but that has subsided. We got him at 15 days old, now he's 1 month and 1 day. He's a Nigerian Dwarf wether. He has been to the vet twice, first a week after we got him to get checked out so that he has a vet familiar with his situation in case there was ever an emergency (and partially to discuss his poop). At that point he got a dewormer (Ivomec) and we came back a week later to get his cdt vaccination. When we came back they said he had a fever (104.1 on a hot day) so they couldn't vaccinate and prescribed antibiotics (Trimeth-Sulfa?). We also did a fecal and she said she found a touch of coccidia, she said it would be unusual for a kid with so little to be symptomatic, but nothing else abnormal. We treated for coccidia none the less with Ponazuril and he also got Ketoprofen for any inflammation in his gut from coccidia or a secondary infection. I should point out that this is not a goat vet, she's an exotics vet. She also doesn't think he's pooping enough but he is pooping so he's not constipated or anything. She recommended giving him plain Greek yogurt and offering baking soda. He wouldn't try either so I gave him a couple ounces of water mixed with some baking soda and he drank it down immediately. We haven't done anything with the baking soda since. I've mixed a couple tablespoons plain Greek yogurt with his milk everyday, which he loves, but it hasn't seemed to change much. Other than his poop problem he has been healthy: active, sleeping well, eating well, I've taken his temperature twice since and it's been normal (102.3 & 103.0). I've found some lice and the Python dust is on the way. His body condition is good and he's gaining weight at a healthy rate. He gets a mixture of whole milk, half and half, and evaporated milk, roughly 18 oz/day. I don't plan to change this because it seems to be working and I don't want to stress his gut by switching to a formula. He'll also nibble on dead grass, dirt, and rocks outside but hasn't tried the roughage available. He also doesn't drink water on his own yet. He sleeps inside and follows me around the house and yard all day because he's an only goat right now (his half sister will be weaned in few weeks and then they'll be outside together). Unfortunately, I haven't figured out how to post photos. I'm at my wits end with this little guy and honestly I'm beginning to wonder if I shouldn't even be concerned with his poop because everything else is fine and all that we've tried hasn't really done much. Thank you in advance for any suggestions!