Ok, so first off, HI! My name is Jessica, and I suffer from chicken math, which has progressed to ducks, a turkey poult, and now 2 goats. It's true what they say, chickens are a gateway animal that leads to other animals. My husband took us to a local animal swap meet over Mother's day weekend, and somehow a black nigerian doe and a brown and black alpine doeling came home with us. I felt sorry for the alpine baby because her ears were frostbitten and nobody wanted her, and of course she needed a friend, so I bought the nigerian also. They both are coughing and have snotty noses, so our local 4H leader had some antibiotics at home and dosed the girls and gave them CD/T. He left some extra here for me to administer in 3 weeks. Antibiotics haven't helped yet, so I think it's just a cold, maybe? They are happily eating, drinking, making goat berries all over the yard, and frolicking with the chickens. I was totally unprepared for goats, so I have been researching like crazy for the last few days. I have a shopping list to add to my animal first aid kit, and we are in the process of finding someone with hay, and looking for some kind of shelter for them. In the meantime, they are happily snuggled in the chicken coop with all my birds, and foraging in the chicken yard which is quite large. I bought goat pellets at the local garden and feed shop, but they are very limited to what they carry. I named the nigerian Missy, and the alpine is Petunia. They have my old bandanas on because I didn't have collars yet, but do now. They still have the bandanas on though because they are adorable. Any advice is appreciated.