Hi Gang, We've been milking our own goats for over a decade now. Now faced this one before: The girls all kidded in April and May. The milk has been wonderful - sweet and creamy. It usually keeps about a week before it starts to lose quality. I've made a zillion pounds of farmer's cheese which all my friends love. However, in the past 2 weeks it has changed. The milk appears to be less rich. BUT it takes longer to run through the filter. And when I made cheese there was a definite loss of milk solids and a ton more whey. The solids were also much finer in texture than usual. Worst of all, though, is that the milk only tastes good for a day or two. Then the goaty flavor starts to bloom. My daughters and I have racked our brains. We're using the same nutrition we always have. Same cleaning and chilling routines. The only differences we can think of was that this started shortly after our drought here ended and rain and humidity became more abundant. Also, we dried off 2 of our does. So we're just milking one Lamancha and one Nigerian. They do get loose Sweetlix minerals, copper is up to proper levels, and they have access to a cobalt/selenium block which they love. Thoughts?