The first thing I did was treat her for lice. She had a pretty severe case. Then I put a ginormous goat coat on her and since it has an adjustable strap that goes around her middle she can't get it off. It has been cold here and she has no extra meat on her bones thus the coat. She spent three days in the milk room as that was the warmest place I had where she could be kept alone. She was offered coastal, sudan or alfalfa hay, three kinds of goat feed, loose minerals and warm water whenever I checked on her.
When she started tearing up the milk room we decided it was time to go out with the herd. She is in a pen of my smallest kids and has seven roommates. What has surprised me is that the other kids have left the coat alone. They seem to know that she needs it and they don't. Maybe they also realize they are getting alfalfa because of her. I think she is a survivor and is on the road to recovery and should do nicely here. She is pushing her way to the feed trough and doesn't get left out at feeding time.