No unfortunately I haven't heard back from the one I asked, I will ask again, I know they've been super busy (teacher/end of school year craze).he still doesn't like it, he's barely liking his feed. I'm not sure if he'll ever like the supplement. did u ever get any tips from your friend about the supplement?
I'm sorry he is not eating well, especially his grain. Have you made sure he is not wormy? I know that can be an indicator of worms when they are not eating well. if not, you might look into giving him some oral B-Complex and probiotics for a few days to see if that helps with his appetite. If weather is hot or yucky that can play a part in appetite/consumption.
You might also look into Vitacharge Liquid Boost, I've used it under stress in the past and the goats did well. It kept my son's buck eating through hotter days and at shows.
I wish I had more advice to offer, unfortunately, it's tough to know how these critters will react to different supplements or feeds. I never expected the bucks to love their power fuel so much. They wouldn't be getting it if they didn't need a little more cover on them.
I really think a majority of them are not wanting it. I don't add much at all to their feed. I figure if there is something left in the bottom of the feeder, then someone must like it because it's gone by the next time I go out to feed lol.Kelp is eaten more by the goats who need it. You should take the fact that some don't like it as a good thing.