Will a buck flirting with humans be likely to lead to aggressive behavior in the future? Our alpha buck Fleece is coming 3 this spring and is in full rut (along with our other two buck). He’s very friendly and any time I get near him he blubbers and snorts and paws like I’m a doe. He’s not shown any signs of aggression towards me, but I’m not sure how to handle his advances. I usually push him away or grab his collar to have better control. He flirts with my husband too, but not as much. Last night we had him in the barn with a doe in heat to breed. I went in the buck pen to put diaper cream on the other two who have urine scald on their faces. My husband said he ignored the doe when I was in with the other two and was more worried about what I was doing. When I came back out he got down to business with the doe. Are his advances towards humans something that may turn into aggression, or is this benign behavior? He and our other buck are the oldest ones we have at coming 3, and from the other thread it sounds like 3-4 yrs is when aggression issues come up. He is definitely the boss of the buck pen. He’s a Nigerian Dwarf, so I’m only dealing with 100# of rutting buck instead of a much larger buck.