A few days ago, I noticed most of our does making a strange noise - I honestly couldn't tell if it was a sneeze or a cough . . . they are not in a dusty area and it happened whether eating or not. Tonight I saw some nasal discharge on one doe and had two kids (about 2.5 months old) sneeze on me. I immediately grabbed the thermometer: - 2 doe kids - temp is 103.7 - 1 doe kid - temp is 103.4 - 1 doe kid and the wether kid - temp is 103.1 - 2 does- 103.1 (one normally runs in the 101 range I know) - 1 doe (with the runny nose) - 101.8 Everyone is eating, acting as they typically do, playing, no scours. The temperature this evening was cool & comfortable, so I know outdoor heat was not playing a factor. I plan to take everyone's temp again in the morning. The 103.4 and above temps concern me . . . I will call the vet out if the temps climb at all. In terms of possibilities, I'm worried about pasturella pneumonia and/or coccidia. Any other thoughts spring to mind? I don't know how much the vet on call will know about goats . . . I believe I should request a nasal swab to look for pasturella pneumonia? Any advice/thoughts would be appreciated.