I have 2 pet goats...one Saanen wether and a LaMancha cross buckling. Both are about 6 months old. I had the most difficult time getting my little Saanen to convert to feed from the bottle. He wouldn't eat much hay or any feed, so I bottle fed him for nearly 4 months until I FINALLY got him to eat "All Grain" which I get from Tractor Supply. I have tried every type of commercial feed you can think of! He wouldn't eat a pellet in a bag of feed for anything! I've bought pelleted feed, mixed sweet feed, Goat Chow, Noble Goat, Dumor sweet and pellet, a goat feed from the Farmer's Co-op...and neither one of them will touch alfalfa pellets with a 10 foot pole! I have loose minerals out and they have plenty of browse in the pasture. Both of them will only eat the all grain. I've even done the mix from happybleats with the calf manna, oats, boss and beet pulp, etc. They will eat that if I mix with the all grain, but leave the calf manna pellets. I feel they need something with more nutritional value and I'm at my wits end. Any suggestions on how to get them to eat better? They are both in pretty good condition, but I'd like to see my Saanen put on a little more weight.