I have a big Alpine doe who always looks deficient to me. I am worried I will OD her but she still has reddish hair on her legs that used to be and should be black, tail hair is thin too. I use the calf size and give it all to her, twice so far this year. I use a custom made mineral mix just for our area and also formulated for dairy goats, it is out 24/7 plus on the weekends I get a small container and mix minerals with kelp and walk around offering it, they always eat the entire container, I put some every other day or so in one of their feeders and they clean that up in several days so I know they are eating it. I fill their mineral feeder up every weekend as well. We have well water so do have minerals in it but I have seen worse for sure. I am thinking i need something else to add for her, a paste or something, do you think extra selenium and zinc would help? She is healthy otherwise though, a great milker with a very healthy appetite. I do believe she has a selenium deficiency and has had for some time, every year she has triplets and one always has contracted tendons in front legs. I gave all my does a couple doses of replamin this year after she kidded with another crooked legged kid and everyone else was fine. Also she always seems to have a curve in her back, like hunched, not bad but none of my other goats look like this, I welcome ALL suggestions for her, she is a wonderful goat and deserves the best! as they all do!