Okay... so as I have mentioned we have a buckling that was weak when he was born He's doing really well now, but I don't think mama is nursing him all that well. He chases her around wanting to nurse, and after a while I will make her stand. She isn't engorged so I'm sure she's nursing them - doeling seems content. But the buckling just wants to nurse...nurse...nurse. Hubby reminded me he had 4 cans of goats milk he brought home from the farm he used to work for - they fed it to foals. Since he doesn't seem to be getting as satisfied, hubby told me to syringe feed him some of that milk - just warm it up. Would this be a good idea? I'm not the worlds greatest milker, but I have expressed milk from her, I just don't want to make her sore or anything.So I wonder if it would be okay to give him some of this milk? Like I said the doeling seems content. any suggestions would be great. BTW, I make sure he nurses for a while every time I go out, and I go out in the middle of the night to make sure and observe. Thanks!