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Ok so my two weathers head but a lot. But today it's getting serious. They are both bleeding and neither one will give in. Do I need to separate them or what! They seem out of breath. it's been going on for almost 15 mins now. Is this going to be a regular occurrence? image-71660157.jpg
 

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My bucks do this all the time together.. Sometimes the does also... Results in bleeding a few times.. Just keep an eye on them, if it seems way too rough, seperate. They can be real rough with each other and be fine. :)
 

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It's ok, that happens :)
 

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Thanks! They had me worried because I don't have room to separate them right now. But I just went out to check them and they are laying together like nothing even happened. Haha silly goats. I guess I'll clean them up a bit.
 

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My wethers always do this. And initiate new members this way too. They knock their scurs off and it may bleed but they will be fine :) if it gets too serious I would separate until they calm down. I had to kind of watch my boys for a while and stay out there with them until they calmed down
 

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My 2 bucklings have done this twice now. Both times it knocked their scurs off and both their heads were covered in blood. Ten minutes later they were eating like nothing happened. I think its totally normal.
 
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