Okay I just went home and he is looking better. I switched him to a fresh box and gave him fresh sugary warm water. It seems like the brooder pneumonia could be possible because I could never keep up with them! Every time I watered them (3x/day) I would put down new shavings but by the time I came back it seemed like almost the whole area was damp again. I will call around about the nutri drench.
When I switched boxes, I set him down and he stood for a few seconds and tried to eat, but it didn't look like he was able/wanted to swallow it. It seemed that wiped him out because he laid down and started napping.
I give them handfuls of grass everyday so that shouldn't be the issue.
And he was next to his buddies but we switched them to an outside house last night to give them more room, so he is alone in a box in a bedroom. I can tell he is lonely. =(
It gets down to freezing temps at night still and I have a heat lamp on for the other guys but I am afraid of the temperature fluctuations too much to put him outside with them (but separate).
How much would you estimate a 3 week old roman tufted gosling weighs? I have been dosing his antibiotics for a little under 2 lbs and I have no idea if that is correct or not.