We bought a new 3-month-old boer buckling about a week ago, but I couldn't put him into our buck pen because the yearling buck went nuts wagging his tongue, blubbering, and repeatedly mounting him while extending. :hair: I also can't leave him in the pasture with the girls because they are due to kid within the next month and we also bought his 3-month-old unbred sister. I figured maybe it was because at his previous ranch he was in with a couple does in heat. So...I took some lysol air freshner and lightly misted his hind end and top of his back (not on bare skin). Then I put him in the buck pen. The yearling smelled him, turned his nose up, and ran away. :laugh: :wahoo: Just thought I would share this in case anybody else had a similar issue. The two have been happily eating together for a hour with no issues.