Hi, I hope someone can give me some advice on my Nigerian Dwarf Goats. I have a new mother with two kids. (There were three, but one was a runt and didn't make it after a day.) All has been fine until today. Healthy and gaining weight quickly. The babies are now seven-and-a-half days old and the mother has started headbutting the little buckling. (The other kid is a doeling.) It doesn't seem like she's not allowing it to nurse, so I don't think she's rejected it, unless this is the beginning of rejection. We disbudded the buckling two days ago. (Doeling will be disbudded soon.) We let the mother smell his butt afterward in case his head smelled funny and she was fine with it. So it doesn’t seem like the disbudding has anything to do with it. (Some additional information – Our other doe, who doesn’t have kids, had been headbutting and trying to bite the kids from the beginning. She seems to have backed off a little now, and mostly just gets jealous around feeding time or in close quarters. Could the dam be copying the other doe??) Anyone else have a problem with a new mom headbutting her young kid? Please advise! Thanks!