The night before last my 3 yr. old Alpine milk doe was acting "off". She didn't come when I called her and she didn't eat her feed on the milk stand. I gave her probiotics. Yesterday morning it didn't look like she'd moved from the spot where I put her the night before.. still standing exactly the same in the same place. She hadn't touched her hay or grain and had diarrhia. Her temp was 104.6. I gave her Nutri drench and that got her moving around, she started munching on some hay and drank some water. I talked with my goat breeder friend and she said to get some sulfer and B vit (injection) and give her. The only sulfur medicine I could find anywhere my husband had to get and bring home last night. It's calle: SulfadiVed Soluble (sulfadimethoxine Soluble Powder). Wow! Was it hard to figure out how much to give her in water. I'm concerned that we didn't give her the right amount and I didn't want to overdose her so we errored on the side of too little. How much do I put in her water? Also, my friend said that the vet said she's seeing a lot of cocci around here this summer and has had everyone treat their entire herds if any animal shows signs. So - how much of the med do I put in the main water pail for my other six goats? What about the bucket that my two Nigerians drink from which is separate from the rest? Then, she said I should also use it to treat my chickens since my goats and chickens free range together? Finally, the "B" injection... I've read that I shouldn't give it to my goat until she's done with the sulfur meds? Is that correct?