Hi everyone! We just got 2 new purebred Nubian bucklings. They are gorgeous little boys who have been debuded and have started eating hay. According to the breeder, they are 6 weeks old, but they are very large for their age. They have been bottlefed on a half-and-half mixture of goats milk and cows milk. Their coats and skin are soft, shiny and flake-free. However, despite all of this, I noticed one one buck kid has 2 tiny hard lumps on either side of his ribcage (where his forelegs and his body connect). The second buckling has one small hard lump on one side of his ribcage, where his forelegs meet his body. They are not soft, squishy lumps and they are not located on the necks or jaws of either buckling. Only on their sides, and they are hard, tiny lumps. What could these lumps be? It's not CL, and they look far too healthy to be infested with internal parasites. Anyone have any ideas????