More than a month ago, we got a 2 year old ND doe who recently had kids. When we got her, she seemed healthy except that her ear had just had a chunk taken out of it by a livestock guardian (at the previous owners) and her coat was sort of dull and thin. My assumption was that pregnancy and feeding kids just took a toll on her coat, coupled with the stress of her changing homes 3x (twice with her kids), having to integrate with new goats two of those times, being bitten by the dog, and then being separated from her kids when she came to us. About a week and a half ago, while petting her, I noticed that the hair on her already thin coat was just flying off her as I pet her. The other day it was still coming off pretty easily, but not quite as badly. There are no bald patches. A friend who had a goat with ringworm in the past said he'd take a look at her to check for that. My husband thinks all of the above stresses have impacted her coat and that perhaps her old coat is coming out as a new one is coming in? We did notice when we got her that she went straight to the Golden Blend Minerals. What else could we be overlooking. What would you advise - I feel like I read something on here about aloe vera juice for coat?