I know this has gone around before, but: quite a number of my goats have had a persistent, dry cough. No temp, no symptoms, everyone is eating, playing, pooping, etc. I have talked to a number of people, vets and other goat folks, with no definitive answers. Some say it's an allergy, the weather is dry, the hay is dusty, etc. I've heard I should do a nasal swab; that there could be an underlying chronic infection. Treat with VetRx, don't treat with VetRx. Give antibiotics, etc. etc. The doe I bought two weeks ago -- the one that just kidded -- is now coughing... any ideas? Keep in mind that I've been breeding does this month, so my does are in their first 30 days of pregnancy. I have to use antibiotics so early, but I'd like to kcik this cough! Thanks all!