I’ve been around goat most of my life. Mostly dairy as I was born and raised on goat milk and showed them for4-h. I went about 10 yrs without goats, then I brought in 13 Boer goats to have around the bins so I didn’t have to mow as much so I could concentrate on farming. Long story short I wanted to add more. I bought 9 Boer does ranges in age from 3 months to 6-7 months. I looked the persons operation over good and had no goats coughing of anything. All looked good. Now I got them home and into a pen. Now 2 are coughing with runny nose. However one is the littlest won’t really open her eyes and acts blind. They have been here on sight for over 24 hrs. It just started this morning. I moved them into my heated shop and bedded them down next to the horse pen. I have some high end genetic lamb ewes that were in a pen next to them until I brought them into the shop. I worry about spreading whatever it is. They both eat hay and have drank water. I put electrolytes in the water as I do for all my animals after a move. I traveled 77 miles with them when I picked them up. Any suggestions are welcomed as I like to do my best for the animal. I really only have Agrimycin 200 and Benzapen 48 and electrolytes and some milk replacer and cattle colostrum.