This is our second year producing meat goats from our breeding herd. We built a creep feeder over the summer. We had 100% registered Boer twins born January 4, 2016 and another set born January 21, 2016. Both are nibbling at grain and hay. The older ones will eat with the buck when we feed the herd because they are the only goats he doesn't run off, and honestly I think the barn is crazy so they prefer to go outside with him. However, they don't eat long. Even though both does still have good milk supply, and show no signs of weaning, we have been trying to introduce to creep feeder with no success. The kids just seem intent on getting out while the nannies stand outside calling them - although they can see the kids just fine, and the kids can see mom. So I need suggestions for introducing and getting the kids to use the creep feeder. Daily gains are very good now, but I fear weaning isn't going to be easy. We don't want them to slow in gaining.