So my boys are now between 6 and 9 months old, and have been doing really good on their feeding schedule until recently. My youngest now seems to always be over eating and always has a huge, full tummy and gets pasty poop. We haven't made any changes in their feed amounts, but they're all really growing and I feel like I should be adding more feed based on their weights, but I don't want this one to continue eating too much. We only have one fenced area and one house they share, so I don't know how to go about giving them all different amounts. (He has had all his CD&T shots) It only seems to be a problem with alfalfa that he over eats on. I know a lot of people say free choice alfalfa for kids, but I can't imagine what they would do to themselves with free choice alfalfa! Right now, between the 4 of them, they're all getting 1/2 pound of grain (2/3 Nutrena naturewise goat feed to 1/3 COB) each day, and we alternate between 3 flakes of orchard grass hay every other day, and 2 flakes of alfalfa on the alternate day. They have some grass to browse on in their fenced in area as well.