I have two 'retiree' does, never bred, fat as all get out, shiny, etc. They are 8ish years old. I have had them less than a year. Nubian/boer crosses. Rotten, beastly escape artists with attitude. lol I caught one pulling off and eating wool from my Suffolk lamb the other day. My daughter said she's been doing that. There are no bald spots on the sheep, so I don't guess she does it a whole lot. She has loose minerals in her yard, but keeps jumping the fence to get in with the sheep who have a mineral block. They get mostly graze, with grass clippings the neighbors throw over, plus grain and alfalfa pellets in the mornings (and every darn time they jump the fence to lead them back in lol) just to make everyone come up for a head count. I do a paste selenium dose monthly (they are due this week) and the goats were all copper boloused in April. They look and act healthy and it's only the one doe doing it. Is she just being mean, or could there be a nutritional deficit? (They were given to us for being monster bullies with their original herd). Thanks!