I heard a goat screaming this morning--that panicky, full-on screaming when they are totally freaked out and trying to escape. The devil pictured below, born Feb.6, was chasing one of my smallest, heavily pregnant FFs. She couldn't escape because every time she'd try to crouch down and hide somewhere, he was all on her. With evil intent. I did not look to see if he was extending but he had everything else going on except stink. I managed to get her out of the pasture to a safe pen and tried to settle her down. About 30 minutes later, I heard another goat squalling. Sure enough, he was after the other pregnant FF. Luckily an older doe pasted him to the ground so Sparkle (the FF) got away. I dragged his obnoxious little ass out from where he was hiding and put him in goat jail. Now what? He's not weaned, as a matter of fact, he's been what we call a "Titty-baby", driving his momma to meanness constantly trying to nurse. He doesn't come in to the creep feeder and eat, just comes in with the others. He doesn't eat the creep feed, just comes in to raise hell and knock over pans. Ideas?