We went out to the barn this moring to feed the goats and the queen who is due March 30th wouldn't eat her grain and was not interested in the hay. She headed out of the barn off to herself- she usually doesn't do this unless she isn't feeling well. It is 6 degrees here. We went in to get supplies to check her and wouldn't you know it the thermometer took a dump after reading 99.8- not sure that it was an accurate read because it shut off quickly. SHe was shivering up a storm. We gave her some probios, a shot of vit B complex and drenched her with gatorade. We brought her inside to warm her up- she wan't all that thrilled. Did she her have a "normal" poopie but the individual berries were smaller than normal. She seemed to perk up and even managed to headbutt our small dog on the way out. When we put her back in the barn out she headed outside again much to other goats dismay- they usually never go outside when it is this cold unless they are with us on the paths in the yard. No one wanted to be outside but none of them wanted to leave her. After the sun stopped shining we put them all in the barn. We put her in the birthing stall which she doesn't mind with her own hay water etc.. She can see everyone. She started to nibble a little bit- Her temp with a new thermometer is 101.9. Any other suggestions? She was recently wormed and her color is good!