I've searched the internet high and low and the only horn guards I have found are . . . I'm wondering if any of you know of a more efficient horn guard? Maybe these are perfect, I don't know. I just wanted to see if any of you GOAT SPOT folk had a better idea. I've read of using a length of hose to cap the horns, but feel it would just get brittle during the cold winter months, fall off and maybe do even more harm. I know the best thing would be to have no horns at all, but that was never an option with my three myotonics as they were each a year old and fully horned when I got them. I am having a bit of trouble, or should I say my 2 smaller goats are having a bit of trouble, with the larger of the three charging and ramming them horns-first whenever they wander too close to the feeder or do just about anything else she may dislike. And of course, being fainters, they freeze up rather than run and can often take quite a beating. So, I'm looking for products or ideas that might help level the playing field. FYI: whatever I end up doing to one, I will do to all three. :? :shrug: Any ideas or suggestions?? :shrug: :? Also, any idea why the above illustrated product is, "Not recommended for unsupervised use"?