Only on this sight can I put "poop" in the subject! I traded a neutered sheep for a wether goat right after Christmas. He was in another petting zoo and I needed a goat more than I needed another sheep. So we met halfway, and did the trade. When I first saw him, I thought he looked a little scruffy like wormy. But I decided he was very friendly and I could fix the wormy problem. He rode in a dog crate in our van and I noticed his poop was a different odor than our goats; also discovered that they were larger in size too. Found out she was feeding corn to him, so attributed the odor to corn. Isolated him, wormed him with Valbazen. In about 4 days, he had major diarrhea and a little weepy eye. Had no success in getting the diarrhea to clear up completely; would get firmer, but never real nice pellets. It was literally pudding most of the time, finally put him on penicillin (he's eating normal this whole time) and the pen cleared up the eye as well as straightened out the poop. So after about a month, put him in with my other goats and sheep. He's extrememly friendly - almost too friendly as he gets obnoxious. Still has that wormy look though; his manure is still much larger in size and has an usual odor. so gave him some ivermectin orally and we're back to gooshy poop again. I really don't know what to do. Still scruffy coat, looks potbelly, can feel spine and ribs. Would like to find another home for him, but afraid to do it since i don't know what is happening with this poop thing. I keep thinking there is a clue to the odor as well as the larger size pellets. Any ideas from anyone? I'm not really wanting to spend vet money on this one.