Hello all! Now as spring is approaching, everyone is shedding out their winter coats. I noticed however, my oldest and newest doe seems to have lots of dandruff? I just read about offering zinc tablets, and with the current COVID virus going around, we are making plans to do some much needed shopping tomorrow, so I'm planning on picking some up to try to offer it to her? I just copper bolused my herd about 2 weeks ago. Can anyone help determine if I gave them enough? I went by the label, and gave 1 adult tablet (3.4g or 4grams per tablet) for my larger adult Kikos, and gave the smaller younger Kikos the kid tablet, which is 2 grams. Hope this is enough for my adults? Yesterday I also took a moment to check all my goats eyelids. Everyone is very good, red/pink except for her.. Which is more of a pale pink. I have on hand, goat safe guard, ivermectin, red cell, corid and pro biotics. She is pooping, eating and drinking well... I wanted to get her started on safeguard and tag it with ivermectin. Would this be okay? Any recommended doses? Last time, the vet recommended I double the dose of safeguard for them. She is a newer doe, and kidded for us last December. I remember her eyelids were a bit better several months back, not perfect but not terrible. I just want to be safe and treat her. Any advice? Should I give her more copper? And are zinc tablets okay? As far as mineral intake goes, I had purchased a molasses protein mineral pail to try (since the store was out of loose mineral) and they've been on that for a while.