Here is what is going on, We have had goats for 15 years,boer cross, last year our goats feet weren't the best maintained due to a family health emergency, So we are now over the emergency and trying to get caught up on everything. We have been steady trimming feet and have gone through the entire herd twice now in the last 6 weeks or so, I expected them to start looking a lot better,and some do, but there are 4 or 5 of the 20 does that seem to have unusual-uneven hoof growth. I have never noticed or had this problem before, We have never had hoof rot on the farm, or really any hoof problems so far. We entered kidding season trying to get their feet back into shape, we have been feeding loose forage-master goat minerals from our co-op, the goats eat them very well, free-choice. The herd was on pasture and 2nd cutting grass hay over the summer, we had a drought, they were on a lot of hay. 6 weeks before kidding, the does were vaccinated, and given Bo-Se shots(2cc) and put on 1/2 lb of 16% pelleted, medicated goat grain, then bumped up to 1lb right before kidding, plus grass hay and pasture. and the loose minerals. Right now, We have 32 kids on 16 does, They are getting a bale of alfalfa(45lb), a bale of 2nd cut grass mix hay(50Lbs), loose goat minerals free choice 1lb per doe pelleted goat feed, 1cup rolled corn and 1 cup dried beet pulp, Kids have their own area they can get pelleted grain from free-choice. Okay here is my question some of the goats hooves seem to be growing not only like crazy, but unevenly, Dispite our trimming, they seem to have taken on a life of their own, they are growing crooked, or one side of the hoof is growing thicker than the other side. We can't seem to get a few of them under control. ONe doe has hoof scald. We used to just feed mixed grass hay, this is the first year we added alfalfa hay, and first year for feeding beet pulp. this is also the first year we have used the co-op minerals, we used to buy Sweetlix, but the co-op stopped selling it and is making their own. Looking forward to hearing your suggestions and advice.