My original post was in Goat Frenzy. 3 nubian kids 5-7 days old. Two are eating like it's their job. The third, a doeling, just does not want to take a bottle. She actually goes and hides in the corner when she sees us coming. She will nibble hay, and will nibble our chins and hair, but just does not want to eat from a bottle. We're getting upset and frustrated. So far, she isn't showing unusual weakness although she isn't as lively as the other two. We're getting 4-6 oz of milk / milk replacer into her 4 times a day. Every drop is a struggle. We've tried 3 different nipple styles. She just won't suck, so the free-er flowing nipples are working best, although we are worried about her aspirating some of the liquid so there is a lot of starting and stopping. Her stomach sounds a little rumbly to us, but I don't know if that is normal. Our vet is not a goat expert, so I don't know if he will be much help. The only thing he told us is not to try tube feeding while she's still somewhat lively. This morning's feeding went a little better. Didn't actively feed, but didn't put up much of a fight until we got about 6 oz into her. Then she had had enough.