So Here is one of my bucks who I put off trimming for a bit, don't really know why, call it lazy. But it makes for a good example of how to trim feet. Front feet: Untrimmed: Half done: I didn't get a finished shot of the front feet from the bottom, but I did get a shot of what the foot should look like when you are finished and set it down. The foot closest is the one that is done. And the back feet before trimming: After: I just used regular hoof trimmers, didn't use a file or anything like that to level them. You can see the pink starting to show up on the tips of his hooves after trimming which means I have trimmed as much as I can. If I trimmed anymore he would bleed and goat feet LOVE to bleed forever when you trim them too close, so keep some blood stop powder near by. Or use a disbudding iron to cauterize the bleeders.