I have a new buck (born 17th) from a flightly new mum. She is anglo/boer cross, he is 3/4 boer. Mum doesnt really know what to do, being a first time mum. He has trouble walking and feeding. I have been putting the little fella on the teat, and he goes for it for a minute or two. and seems to get a feed, although he stops after a while and winges a lot. I milk out mum after his feed (we have her in a milking frame) and give the buck a bottle during the day, which he really enjoys. I am not sure if he is suffering from some genetic defect. He keeps trying to find the teat when mum is nearby, but is trying too far up mum's side. He seems unable to walk properly. His legs are long and he splays out if he falls over. I have observed him actually going around in circles, we wonder if perhaps he can see. I am reluctant to put him on the bottle full time, but we have them both in the cattle yard (it has grass at present) otherwise I am sure mum would have left him by now, although she does call out to him. I would really appreciate any thoughts and suggestions.