So... About a week and a half ago, we adopted two Alpines - a 2 year old doe (Eclair, aka Clair) and a 5 month old doeling. (Fiona) They seem to be settling in well - but two, maybe three days ago Clair decided to go on a little hunger strike. When we first got them she seemed off feed, but a dose of probiotics seemed to help for about a week... now she's eating even less than she was the first time - she was eating about 4 lbs a day before coming to our farm (we bought her from a farmer the next county over with a herd of over 50 does), when she came she dropped down to 2-1/2 to 3 lbs a day for a few days, then back up to her normal 4 until slacking off to about 2 lbs a day for the past few days. We did switch feeds - the lady we got her from had her own mix made at a mill, and we got some Blue Seal Caprine Challenge - but the lady gave us some of her feed to mix with the Blue Seal to help with the transition, and Clair had been eating straight Blue Seal with no problems for a few days before the hunger strike. We did have a small bout with tapeworms last week - the farm we got them from had some problems with worms, so I knew it was a possibility that we'd have a problem. So far, only Fiona had the worms, and we treated her with SafeGuard and she's fine now. I've been carefully watching Clair for any signs of worms, but so far everything is normal - no rice-y poops or anything. She's acting perfectly healthy, normal, and happy otherwise eating hay, grazing/foraging, they have minerals and baking soda, fresh water, I've been keeping an eye on her midsection and it's not swelling, so no bloat, and she's producing the same amount of milk, at least a quart, sometimes up to a cup more, per milking. I've given her two more doses of probiotics, one yesterday, and one on the 12th and today I tried to drench her with baking soda and water... yeah, that didn't go so well, she just spit most of it back out. I don't have a drench gun, just an oral syringe. I know she's probably going to come in heat here pretty soon, but I've seen no signs of anything and she's not at all interested in the buck rag, though I let her smell it twice a day, she'd rather chew on the ziploc bag it's kept in. What else can/should I do?