Two of the goats we picked up Sunday were raised on the bottle. We’ve never dealt with bottle babies before, we dam raise and the goats we’ve purchased previously have been dam raised. These two goats (doeling and wether, both 9 months old) are super sweet and friendly but absolutely obnoxious with chewing on you and jumping up. How do you train this behavior out of them? I assume it is because they think humans are mom and act accordingly. We’ll probably be selling the wether since we don’t need him, but the doeling is super nice and a keeper. She just would rather be with humans than the doe herd. Any advice is welcome, our goats are all friendly but these two take it to another (unwanted) level.