I got two goats very cheap from someone who was selling their whole herd. The previous owner said he had been going through a tough time and couldn't afford to feed them over the winter. I figured it was a great opportunity for me to get started. Should have realized it was a red flag. I'm new to goats and now I have animals that need extra care. My older (they said she is 5 years) doe had a serious digestive upset almost 2 weeks ago, I found her down and her rumen was silent. Treated for bloat, and she got better. I had her inside from the cold, and kept her several days to make sure she was really okay before outfitting her with a coat and letting her rejoin her pals. After all of that, following advice given online here, I checker her eyelid color and found her to be very anemic. Immediately got Ivermectin and treated that day. She has been losing weight. Her appetite is good. Both her and the second goat I got from that sale have rough coats compared to my other doe not from that sale. Both seem skinny. This anemic goat has a bald tail tip too. I have marked on my calendar 10 day intervals to re-dose the Ivermectin 2 more times. I am feeding them Dumor goat pellets, Manna Pro loose minerals free choice, and second cut hay I get from a local store is always available. I've also been adding unsulphured molasses, and probios. But she is still deathly pale. I ordered Copper bolus Copasure for goats online, and am getting Red Cell to give her. What more can I do? If anyone with experience can give me advice- what is best to get them back to health?