So I feel like it's time to change a few things. Mainly the hay and minerals I feed out, the vaccinations I give, the general lack of secondary supplementing(i.e. boluses, mineral/vitamin injections, extra feed additives), the routine hoof care I give and their shelter situation. I'm having issues with mineral deficiencies, that's for certain. My ND doe gave birth to kids that obviously had a selenium/vit. E issue and I've lost some luster and depth of color in my ND's and my Angora crosses and have rusty spots. I trim hooves about every 3 weeks, sometimes every 2 weeks, sometimes every 4. Not more than 4 weeks between trimmings. I've been noticing a breakdown of inner hoof walls, cracking kind of, and a general softness, a slight smell but not horribly noticeable. I have a supreme sense of smell though, so it could just be nothing with the smell. It's been gradually progressing across the board. I trim parallel to the coronary band and I use a rasp and I try to keep their pen and she dry, so I don't think it's necessarily rampant foot rot. Just some softness and breakdown for some reason. :/ Those are the two issues right now that I feel are linked and easiest to correct. I'm wondering if I should start incorporating a regular footbath for prevention/treatment of foot issues? Also, I've already asked about Onyx and Sweetlix, but are there any other mineral choices worth my time/money? And what about copper boluses or BoSe? I feel like the foot and mineral issues are most pertinent here, since if it's gets any worse it'll get right out of hand.