I posted Saturday eve about two nannies I bought to replace some I sold. Well I had them in a small pen so I did temps and a good look over. One may have a precarious utter but that’s another story for later. I named them Snoopy and Maybelle. Snoopy had a high temp of 104.8f. I saw some clumpy stool laying by her so I assumed it was hers. I bagged and tagged and put in my goat fridge. This evening I thought I may just go and take fresh fecal from the goat and get Maybelle’s also. (Maybelle didn’t have a temp problem, 102.8f) I caught Maybelle and pull sample. When I caught Snoopy, she had no fecal in her rectum to get. So I went back to my office and ran the clump I had and the fecal from Maybelle. Both fecals I ran had no problems what so ever. No BP, Coccidia or anything else I could see. I think 4-5 BP in Snoopy and zero in Maybelle. My question is as such, “is it normal for a goat not to have pellets inside for a fecal to be pulled? I mean this is a first for me. Next question is should I continue the Noromycin 300 shots now. I mean no temp problem now and no worm problem but both still not eating very much. I am feeding a few green leaves like oak, gum and pecan plus hay. I bought some calf mana to mix in with my other feed for the rest of the pregnant herd. What’s your thoughts with this scenario? I will be keeping them guaranteened for 4 weeks.