I've had the worst time with worms on my new property. On previous lots rotation and pine trees were sufficient, but I haven't been able to figure out the quirks of this place yet. I think I've resolved the mineral deficiencies though after switching to rain barrels since my well water ended up being too hard. Anyway - I had a fecal run for a few of my younger goats (5 and 6 months) and they were found with many trichostrongyle-like ova. I also suspect one of them has lungworm, but the lab I go to doesn't do Baermann fecals to know for sure. She's been coughing for a couple weeks now. I live in central NC. It looks like a microscope and some YouTube videos on doing your own fecals are on my horizon. Would this be the best course of action - eyelids are a 3 on the famancha: Ivomec - given orally at a rate of 1 ml per 33#, 1x every 10 days for 3 doses total and follow up with one dose after 30 days of Quest Dose 1mL/100lbs?