I had to pull Em3 (weird name, I know) out of the herd for the 3rd time in 2 months. She's always been a passive, back of the herd kind of doe but she has lately become EVERYBODY'S punching bag. She's a 6 yr.old pygmy, I don't think she's bred OR she lost it and I missed the event. I have her yearling daughter in the herd - who misses her mom when she's not trying to butt her. I don't know what changed since Thanksgiving, everything was fine then. I pulled Tick (the buck) out and the whole herd has been whipping on Em ever since. Even the polled yearlings are after her. Healthwise, I cannot find anything different. The first time I pulled her out she had been knocked down and was being pile-driven by 2 other goats (owww), I separated her, then turned her back in a week later, after she wasn't sore anymore. Everything was fine for a couple of weeks but then she got cornered and got a bloody nose/mouth which got her a wheat bread/soaked pellet diet for a while. I put her back in Sunday and pulled her back out last night when she was being chased by her daughter(!) and 4 other goats. I guess I'll keep her by herself until I can tell for sure if she's bred, then I'll try to move her to a yard pet situation or something. Any ideas what's going on? I need a goat psychologist. I have never seen a healthy goat act this way.