So my husband and I are relatively new to goats. We have three adult does who kidded on 2/5/2017, making their babies 12 days old. Our oldest goat, Peach (a 4 to 5 year old purebred Kinder) had triplets. One of our other females Bronco (Kinder-LaMacha mix) had twins. Bronco rejected one of her babies and Peach began to nurse it. I think 4 babies was too many for her and so she in turn rejected one of her own babies after a few days of feeding him. None of the other moms would nurse him. We decided to bottle feed him and do our best to keep him with the herd. It took a while to get him to learn to bottle feed. He now has it down and thinks he is always starving. After I bottle feed, he runs after the moms trying to nurse off of them, they always reject him. I've been feeding him about 8 oz, 4 times a day of a non-soy milk replacer and was going to switch to 10 oz, 3 times a day. He is interested in hay and eats some and I've seen him drink water once or twice. My concern is that he is hunched over with tail tucked down. He runs with the other goats but doesn't seem to play with them much. Although we usually have him outside with the herd, we did have him in the house yesterday in a diaper so I know he pooped at least once, it was not diarrhea but not well formed either. It was medium brown with some yellow to it. It is hard to tell if he is pooping when he is out with the herd. He definitely has an appetite. He is pretty vocal. I look for signs of diarrhea but his back end is pretty clean. Being hunched over like that though does not seem right. I gave him some nutri-drench the other day and some goat probiotic paste last night. Could he be constipated? Any suggestions for why he would be hunched up and what to do about it?