Pretty sad when your high-five moment is not killing anything. Still bottle feeding two and, so far, they're doing just fine. Moved them off colostrum and on to milk replacer without incident. Learned about milk scours and how to clear that up. Figured out it's cute to have house goats for about a day, then we started kicking them outside after the temp comes up a little in the am. Except the goats started thinking they were part of the family and didn't track with the transition. So when we whistle for the dogs we get two dogs and two goats wheeling in the door. When we kick them outside they stand by the back door and holler about the unfairness of it all. The dogs get to stay inside, why can't we? Not FAAAAIIIIIRRRRRR!!!!! But they're doing good. Always hungry, always under foot when it's near feeding time, sucking down more and more milk replacer. They're actually growing and putting on weight faster than their siblings out in the field. Got to start figuring out the weaning transition. They have access to hay and grass but so far, not interested. The buck is going to be just like his daddy. Wide stance, heavy build. His shoulders are already getting muscle definition. He pays attention to things, he's pushy and already trying to hump his step-sister. He's either going to get banded or sold before he matures. The doe isn't as pushy, but she's smart. After a day outside she figured out how to slot up under the covered trailer with the quail. This did not go over particularly well with the quail. They milled around outside, indignant they had to share their primo shelter. After a while practicality won out and they all hang out there together. Quite the zoo we have going.