I was curious what would be a good way to get some weight on my does, one in particular out of the pair who have kids on them. I know nursing takes a lot out of them, but she is just so bony...I am getting a bit concerned. Her kids are 9 weeks tomorrow -twins- and we don't think they are ready to be weaned just yet, but I am thinking about starting to seperate them during the day. They have grass/browse and grass hay, and I feed the girls 2 cups of grain a day each. Just not sure what else I should try that would be good for them? I remember when I took care of a horse who was prone to weightloss, I believe it was rice bran oil we mixed with her feed. Could I give something like this to my girls? What about beet pulp as well? I also plan on buying much better hay since fall is here <alfalfa and mix with the grass hay>. BTW, they are UTD on worming, and it's just the two nursing does who are looking rough. I was warned that nursing does can tend to look rough at some point during nursing since the kids take so much out of them... Thanks for any help BTW, I am going to start giving them an additional cup of grain in the mornings, right now they are fed 1x a day - the kids are fed 2x a day.