Hey everyone, I was wanting to get your opinions. I posted over a week ago that my two nursing does are on the thin side - what we were told to feed them - wasn't enough. So we did up their grain, and started them on calf manna. One doe is picking up more weight. The other doe has had me concerned for the past week. I've slowly increased her feed, making sure she gets a mix of good hay, but she's skin and bones I wanted to say that their kids are fine, no weight issues there. I seriously do believe my doe has a worm load. She has gone down hill quickly, but is still trying to be her usual self, but she does lay down more. We did worm not too long ago -- oral safeguard. I have been gone the past two nights working late into the evening at a horse sale, and my husband failed to mention, leave a note or call me and tell me that the doe had a temp of 104.7 yesterday. Now, I don't know what time he took the temp, it was warm out, but he said he gave her banamine and she perked up after that. She was eating her grain this morning and going after the hay, so I didn't think anything of it, just the fact....she looks bad Her twins have big bellies, which even though they were just wormed, I do again believe it's worms and they need another round of wormer. Could this be what is causing my doe to go downhill ? If we use safeguard tonight, could we use ivermectin tomorrow? Is it dangerous to use the two like that? I'm thinking safeguard isn't getting the worms. I can get safeguard after I get done at the sale tomorrow. Ivermectin pour on? or injectible? We are used to safeguard, in fact that's all the horse farms here that my husband or myself have ever worked on have used. Everyone else seems to be fine, but we'll give everyone a dose of wormer tomorrow. I want my girl to get better, I haven't spent much time with them since before Friday, I feed them and visit with them as much as possible <I miss them!>, but it's frightening seeing my doe so thin. Thanks for listening to me ramble, and any and all advise would be great.