Yes, baby goats can get E. coli. According to All Animals Faq
, any mammal can get the bacteria, but young animals are especially susceptible. Extension
states that E. coli is one of many causes of diarrhea in goats found frequently throughout the world, and there is a high incidence associated with intensive rearing of kids under conditions of overcrowding and poor sanitation.
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Escherichia coli is one of many causes of diarrhea in goats found frequently throughout the world. There is a high incidence associated with intensive rearing of kids under conditions of overcrowding and poor sanitation.
Goat Scours (Neonatal Diarrhea Complex) – Goats - Extension
The kid may act hungry but will not eat aggressively. Blindness in advanced cases is often times noted. Other symptoms can include; abdominal pain and severe cramps, depression, weakness, and…
Goat-Link.com - Scours- E Coli
E - coli - Is the most important bacterial cause of diarrhea in baby goats ; at least 2 distinct types of diarrhea l disease are produced by different strains of this organism. The…
Goat-Link.com - Baby Goat Poop
Enterotoxigenic E coli is an important bacterial pathogen associated with neonatal diarrhea in calves during the first week of life. Enterotoxigenic E coli has two virulence factors associated with production…
Diarrhea in Neonatal Ruminants - Merck Veterinary Manual