Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum and relatively new to goats. Right now we have three goats. One pregnant alpine, one nubian/oberhasli and one boer. We live in a very wet climate on the north coast of California and right now the pasture is pretty muddy and wet in places. All three have been coughing for a while. I did some reasearch and figured that they either had a cold or lungworm. None of them have sores. I treated them with Ivomec at the recomended dose from the Fias Co Farms website (http://fiascofarm.com/goats/wormers.htm). The cough seemed to improve, but then came back again. They seemed to be a little congested so I assumed they just had colds. Thier stool seems normal and solid and other than the cough I didn't notice any other symptoms. When I went out to do chores today I notice the boer didn't greet me at the gate like she usually does. She was laying down and wasn't interested in food. She finally stood up and walked a little ways but then just stood there in the same spot for 20-30 minutes. At that point I made a space with dry hay and clean water in the barn and brought her out of the pasture. She tried to lay down a few times while I was walking her to the barn and I had to lift her back up onto her feet to keep her walking. When I examined her she had weeping eyes, congested nostrils, pale gums but solid stool still. She seems very listless and lethargic. When the other goats started calling out she perked up and started calling back to them. I was hoping to get some advice on what to do. I haven't taken her temperature yet but am planning to do that. The vets around here are very expensive and I don't really want to spend a small fortune taking her in, but I don't want her to die either. Any help or advice would be much appreciated. Thanks, Jamie :?