Most of you know that I have dealt with treatment and diagnosis of coccidia in 2 kids a year and a half ago.....anyhow, my newest herd member Penny is now 11 weeks old(tomorrow :wink: ) she's been here now for 2 weeks. I had planned on starting her on cocci prevention a week ago but well...I forgot She started with soft clumpy poop Thursday night, but I attributed that to her getting into the boys grain bucket and cleaned out all the corn and oats...which I thot I had out of her reach, so I skipped her grain, gave her some alfalfa pellets and some dry oatmeal. Saturday, her poop went runny so she got a dose of pepto and I started her on Di Methox.....her weight is 22# so she got a 4 cc dose, given probiotic paste as well. Her temp has stayed normal since Thursday...102.8, no fluctuations and she's been eating hay like always, no loss of appetite. Her poop is formed now but still stinky and after dealing with a cocci case last year...the smell of Penny's poo brought back that memory real quick! Poop is still soft but not runny, so after 3 doses of pepto yesterday, I haven't given any today. Rumen sounds are good with 8 good movements within 20 minutes. It's been steadily raining here since Friday night and it has gotten a bit chilly. Since my bvet is not in on weekends I figured I'd get Penny on the Di Methox course asap, IF I can get a fecal run tomorrow, I will but it likely won't be til Tuesday.....and I plan on having all goats checked here shortly anyhow. I am almost 100% positive that she has coccidia, all the same symptoms are there...except the high temp and decreased appetite. Which, the first cocci case I ever dealt with was Chief, and he ate like there was no tomorrow and didn't run a fever either. So far Penny has gotten dosed with: 4ccs DiMethox and 3 doses of pepto at 6cc 6 hours apart, probiotic paste twice since Saturday morning. Today she got 2.5 cc DiMethox and a dose of probiotics. She has fresh water and hay freechoice as well as minerals and baking soda. I'll continue with the Di Methox for the next 3 days and will let you all know how the fecals turn out. Thanks for listening!