So I have a 4 month old Alpine doeling who was acting very lethargic since I bought her when she was 10 weeks old. Then she started having diarrhea about a month after we brought her home. I tried baking soda for bloat, deworming her and giving her vitamin b and probiotics. Nothing worked. Finally I took a fecal sample to the only vet in our area who deals with goats - mind you though he doesn't specialize in goats, just does the basics (we don't have any other goat vets within an hour of our area) and the fecal came back that she had coccidia. I wanted to talk to others who have actual experience with this. The vet prescribed Albon, which we gave her twice a day for 5 days. By that time she was acting like a goat again and her droppings were solid. However it has been a couple weeks since the treatment and she has slowly been going downhill. Then today the diarrhea started back up. I am not sure what to do. I have never had to deal with coccidiosis in any of my animals before so I am new to this. The vet said it could cause internal damage to my goat if let go long enough but how many times will I need to treat her before it clears up and/or she develops an immunity to it? Do they ever fully recover from it (like can she go on to have kids or will they automatically get it too since their mom had it)? None of my other herd members have it and I did separate her from them. My vet recommended Sulmet but it is $70 at TSC and Corid or Di-Methox isn't available. Is there any all natural alternative to cure it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!