My daughter's Ober buckling, Tristan, lives at the high school farm. He's been housed with three Boer market wethers, due to shortage of pens. The breeder we got him from told us he shouldn't be eating the meat maker-type feed as the market goats, but since we didn't have any other place for Tristan, he's been in with them. He's been acting fine, until this morning. My daughter went out to feed and he had sign of scours. She didn't think much of it, so she didn't tell me what was going on. Tonight when we went out to feed, Tristan was off. He looked like he was in pain; his back was hunched, he had diarrhea down his back legs and he cried loudly when we touched him. We put in a call to the breeder and talked to her husband since she's at the ADGA National convention. He thinks Tristan may have coccidiosis and told us to get some Fastrack into him, a penicillin shot and some Banamine if he's in pain. He also said to give him oat hay, no alfalfa for now. Of course this happens at 9:00 at night and we have limited supplies and no access to the school meds. We gave him some Maalox and some baking soda, and will check on him early tomorrow when we can go get the things he needs. We saw him pee. His chin was wet when we went out, so we assume he had been drinking water. We have no hay or grain in with him until tomorrow. It's just not like him. He's such a friendly little boy and kind of pest for attention. I hate seeing him in distress. Any ideas or advice would be helpful. Thanks. Anna Update--Our smelly little boy is looking and acting better. He's had oat hay for the last couple of feedings. Not thrilled about it, but he nibbles at it. He's not been given any grain and has only had a handful of alfalfa and a little fresh Bermuda grass to encourage him to eat. We're going to take him some of the Timothy hay we feed our rabbits for a little extra tonight. It's too expensive here to feed all the time, but we can get Bermuda hay. I think he may have overdosed on grain and had a bad bellyache. His poo is at the "pinecone" stage, so that's better.Thanks to everybody for your help and support. This is the most helpful group of folks anywhere. Anna Here's a pic of Tristan.