Sport was born near the end of June and around 10 weeksof age the vet confirmed some vision and neurological issues. He is a bit wobbly on his feet and neverjumps on or off stuff. We kept him awayfrom the older 3 goats until he was about 2 months old but from the verybeginning the other goats would show dominance through the fence towardshim. Once we had confirmation he isSpecial Needs, we had him (to steal someone else’s term) wetherized. Sportis the sweetest little boy and we just love him, but the other 3 goats continueto bully him. Things seem to have beengetting better so I have been allowing daytime visitations, but this morning Iwitnessed one of the worse bullying episodes to date. My queen was the only one who did notparticipate. My smelly buck and petitedairy doe together went after Sport for the attack. Poor Sport, trying to run away from them,wound up wedged between the fence and a sheet of metal roofing (held in placeby bales of straw). He was totallytrapped by the time I was able to get into the garden where all the goats werelocated. I had to lift him up to get himout and as soon as I put him on the ground my buck went for him. At least I think the buck was after Sport,but my leg got the impact of his horn. :angry:Needless to say, there will not be anymore daytime visitations forawhile. Sport is full blooded Boer so Iexpect that when he grows up he will be the biggest boy around. My buck is Spanish so I am assuming he willbe a bit smaller. I have a Boer doe (queen)and a Nubian/Alpine/possibly pigmy doe too. What I am wondering is when Sport grows up and is bigger than everyoneelse will the bullying diminish? Isthere any hope of them Sport living with my buck or does in the future? If the answer no or probably not, is thereany hope that Sport might be able to live with one of my twins (bucks who areabout 7 weeks old now). Sport and thetwins have spent many days together deweeding my vegetable garden and seem toget along. My entire herd is made up of abandonedbottle babies.