Strange diarrhea running thru my goats. It started with my milkers. A little fever and pretty serious green scouring. They weren't off feed and only acting a bit down. I thought maybe it was related to their milk stand treats as I'd switched them from dry C.O.B to alfalfa/bermuda pellets. They get too fat with grain and eat the pellets a lot slower. My girls are heavy milkers so reduced milk output's not an issue. Finally all my milkers had it and this morning my retired herd founder came down with it, so I knew it was a bug and not due to feed change. I have treated with pepto, baking soda, probios and a banamine shot when they first get it. The girls who first came down with it 2 days ago are now starting to poop normally, so it looks like it's going to just work it's way thru the herd. I'm a bit concerned about the two 4 month old babies I still have but so far they've not gotten it. Neither of my vets are very concerned and seem to think that by the time I get a fecal done they'll all be well anyway. They're not worried about Cocci in the adult goats and I'm guessing that's not it due to the fact that it seems to be clearing up in about 2 days. It starts with rapid scouring and a bit of fever that tapers off over the 2 day period and finally resolves. Very strange. One vet suggested that due to this year's heavy fly problem it could even be a bacterial or viral bug that's brought in that way. Anyone care to comment?