All goats have worms. This is not necessarily a bad thing. The worms stimulate the goat's immune system so that the goat is able to fight off the worms and keep them from proliferating. Goats experience a worm problem when the worm count grows so that the worm burden is more than the goat's immune system can handle.
We try to Facebook Live every goat birth that happens here on the farm. It takes a lot of our time to share these births, but we do it because at heart we are educators. We homeschool our children, but we also try to help others to learn. Many people have never seen an animal be born. It's a miracle every single time and we love letting people get a glimpse.
Although all healthy, female goats are capable of producing milk to feed their babies, not all goats produce enough milk to provide humans with a reasonable share of that milk. In order to give milk, a goat must first get pregnant and have kids of her own. Her body creates the milk to feed the kids. Dairy breeds have been bred to give more milk than their kids would require.
Feeding dairy goats properly is essential to keeping them healthy. There is no single magic "right way" to feed dairy goats. There are many options depending on where you live and what feed choices you have available. At Goat Milk Stuff, every goat always has access to free-choice grass hay, free-choice loose minerals, and free-choice clean water.