When we bought our weanling horse in August, we found ourselves being gifted with a half boer half pygmy ( :roll: ) goat to 'keep the pony company' lol. While we appreciate the gesture, and we think this goat is really awesome, we have found that he is now more spoiled than our very spoiled horse. This dang thing just will NOT eat grain OR hay. When our horse had to come off of alfalfa pellets, we tried giving him those. Nothing. Beet pulp with molassas? No way in heck. Dumor sweet goat feed? Oh no, I don't think so. He won't eat timothy, alfalfa, or coastal hay. The only thing we have seen him actualy eat is... onion grass :sigh: Each morning when we come to do barn chores we stake him out beside the barn to let him get whatever forage he will from the surrounding area. At first he would eat anything and everything: clover, weeds, lush grass, whatever was within reach. Now he just sits out there, eats the onion grass, and then cries until we go over to see him. He'll eat a handful of grain from our hands, but nothing more and he certainly won't eat it from a feed pan. What am I supposed to do to feed this goat? He seems otherwise healthy, clear eyes, good gum color, soft shiny coat. We worry about his health though if he won't eat grain, that seems like the best delivery method for required vitamins and minerals. :? :?