We have 3 Nigerians, all wethers, oldest born in January and the youngest 3/29. Middle and youngest were bottle fed, up to 4 months, as suggested on another thread. All 3 stayed in the house until the Michigan weather warmed up - a total of about 6 weeks. Moved to barn and big green pasture with nice wooded area at one end on 6/12. Their diet consists of free minerals, feed w/ ammonium chloride in it, Hay and lots of water. They all eat, drink, poop and play, as expected. 1) On our walk yesterday, I noticed the middle one stopped multiple times to urinate in a short period of time. Sometimes a trickle and sometimes nothing. He would immediately go to his groin area urinating, or trying to. No other signs of distress. I had my husband pick him up so I could look - there were many little crystals, looked like coarse kosher salt, and the end of his penis. I cleared them all out. Today, he's doing the full stretch and urinating full streams. Nothing at the end of his penis. Can I assume these were urinary stones?? What can I do to get rid of them?? 2) My goats won't browse and forage on their own. They will if we lead them to the woods or go on a walk but they rarely venture out on their own. Are they too attached to us?? Any suggestions?? Much thanks!!