So, yesterday we were doing some yard work and I pulled up a bunch of clover from around the house (I don't use any pesticides or yard chemicals of any kind). I threw some in with my Nigi's, thinking I would give them a little treat as their pasture has been pretty much stripped of greenery. Well, I didn't think I gave them *that* much, but almost all of them ended up with clumpy log poos and one doe in particular, Ruby, completely blew out with the scours overnight. I mean she must have pooed out her own weight in mess, was all covered in it and just looks miserable. Their pasture looked like a war zone with soft poos and puddles of diarrhea everywhere...yuck! Spent half the day raking it and shoveling it all clean again. So, everybody got probiotics sprinkled on their feed, the two with the worst of it got a direct dose of probiotics drenched into them to make sure they got enough and Ruby got drenched with about 16 oz of water mixed with electrolytes then put in a pen by herself with nothing but dry hay and fresh water with Bounce Back (it is a powder with electrolytes and dextrose in it). Since then I have not seen her poo anymore, she has pretty much just stood there in the same spot all day with her forehead pressed up against the hay rack, shifting back and forth on her feet like she is uncomfortable. She did attack the water bucket and drank alot so that is good, but I was wondering if there is anything else I should do? Her temp was normal at 101.5. Her belly is not blown up more than normal or uneven so I don't think it is bloat. I do have Scour Halt on hand but was unsure about using that on an adult doe...could pick up some Pepto if that would help, though she does not seem to be pooing anymore, just standing around looking really miserable. I also have B vitamin I could give but I was wondering if that would be bad to give her in case it is coccidia (I thought I read somewhere that coccidia feeds on B vits??). I did gather a poo sample in case I need to take it for testing, but since it happened to them all at once right after I gave them the weeds, I think the culprit is pretty obvious here (ME!).