I have an eight month old boer cross that was a surprise delivery. When we found them, Mom was busy with the last two and had forgotten her first born. She was hypothermic and took many hours to get her body temp up. Frankly I'm surprised she lived. We took her to a friend who is better suited to hard cases, in a week the goat was returned. She lived in our house in diapers and grew up thinking she is a dog. We had her in the house about four months until it was warm enough outside (Michigan), because she had severely bowed legs and other minor deformities. When we brought her down to the barn, she got her own stall and very slowly learned to eat feed and hay. We put braces on her legs, and they got somewhat stronger. When the field was high we let her out to pasture with the rest. She refuses to acknowledge the other goats and browses on her own far away from the rest. We have two adult females, a yearling wether, and her brother sharing a 200 square foot barn. We need her stall. Can I house her with the rest? She can't run very good, but there are a couple if ledges she can hide under. Thanks!