I have 2 castrated male goats that were raised together. I have only had them for about 5-6 months. A friend of mine got them for 4-H and when it was over they wanted them to go to a home where they wouldn't be eaten. They are in a pen that is quite large and I go out to spend time with them all the time, so do my 3 kids. We love them and get along great....except for one thing...feeding time. When we first got them, I was told that one was food aggressive, towards people. The first time I fed them, it wasn't too bad. The one who is more of an aggressor stood up on his hind legs and tried to knock the food bucket out of my hand. I pushed him down and that was that. Now that they have been with us for a while, I expected them to get used to us, but it has gotten worse. They aren't purposely mean, they just REALLY want their breakfast. They get treats all day long, branches of leaves, hay, and other choice bits so I can't imagine that they are that hungry when the morning comes and it's time for their actual feed. Just this morning, they knocked my son down, and stepped on him when he dropped the feed bucket...and I had already given them hay so they were already eating...does anyone have any suggestions??? I love them, but my kids are starting to get a little afraid of them.