Hello all! I'm new here, so go easy on me.(; Three or so days ago, we went to auction and purchased two one-week-old Nubian bucklings. I've never had goats before (despite always wanting them), but my stepdad has a ton of experience with them and so we're going off of what we've been told, what we've read, and what he advises. With that said, I'd love some outside opinions! We have Bert (the smaller beige baby, who has become seriously attached to me) and Ernie (the larger, darker one); they're both doing very well, considering the stress of the auction. The first day they were lethargic on the way home and we could only get 2oz into them, but we've worked up to 6-8oz four or so times a day depending. We're using milk replacer. Their spirits are high and they're the funniest, quirkiest guys. With that said, I'm confused concerning a few things. Firstly, the state of baby poop: Bert has harder poop, whereas Ernie's is very runny. Both are bright yellow. Is this normal? I was told it is nothing to worry about yet, as they're still very young, but opinions seem to be mixed. As well, the little guys seem to be constantly cold - they're beginning to grasp the idea of nestling into the hay and snuggling up to one another, but is this the best way to get them used to the cold? Should I be bringing them in when they shiver, or force them to regulate their own temperature? I'm just glad they were born late enough to miss majority of this Canadian winter.(; Thank you! And now some pictures, because I can't resist!