I tested all of my goats for CAE and got the results the other day. The main reason why I tested is because I was worried about our little nigi buckling (8 months old) since december he has been looking very stiff in the hind quarters, with it very slowly getting more obvious. His little bouts seem to be caused by increased stress or excitement, the other day when I was bringing hay he took afew steps and then all of a sudden flopped on the ground with his legs straight out. It looks just like a fainter goat when he does this. Most of the time its not as extreme as that. Anyway, the results for him were 15% inhibition, he is also housed with another buck that he has been around since Nov. that is 2% inhibition. If he had CAE wouldn't his buck buddy be more than 2%? I don't know what to think because I'm pretty new to goats and I'm not sure what the time frame would be for the cae test to show a higher inhibition %. :? The tests were done by biotracking.