What would be a "natural" diet for meat goats? I'm asking because I know that cattle that eat corn produce beef that has an abnormal, unhealthy ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fats. Our dairy goats have access to unlimited hay, and they browse on palmetto, pine, and a bit of oak. We give them grain as well, because that's what everyone recommends for goats that are pregnant or lactating. Should meat goats get grain to help them grow? A little or a lot? Would too much grain be likely to produce fattier meat?