Hi all, My beloved, yet stressful goats have decided that the new load of hay is not to their liking. There is nothing visibly wrong with it, they are just very picky. I was going to just let them be and figure they will eat it if/when they are hungry, but my Mom is worried they will get thin and not get enough nutrients. She's been watching Dr. Pol and saw something about sick goats not getting enough nutrients so she is making me anxious. OYE! They don't get grain, but they do get alfalfa pellets for dinner. They each get fed separately, 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup alfalfa pellets depending on how big they are. They are saanen and boer goats, so big goats and not thin. Actually most of them are a big chubby. They also get sea kelp, fasttrack probiotic and ground flax in their dinner (1 tbsp. each). They get loose minerals, though we waste more than they eat. I also give them a dose of Replamin Gel every Friday morning. So my question is, should I put them back on some sort of grain for the winter? They are eating the hay, but not with the vigor they normally eat and I have no access to different hay at the moment. I don't want anyone to be lacking, but I also don't want to spoil them or make them too fat. I have all does, except one wether. No one is being bred and they are between 2yrs and 4yrs old. Any advice would be appreciated, including "stop worrying and spoiling your animals". Thanks!!