Hello everyone, There is always a lot of talk about when to wean and I am curious to the different methods of introducing grain, hay and minerals and reducing/eliminating milk replacer. I have two, 2 1/2 month old Alpine kids (a doe and a soon to be wether). They have been eating hay consistently for about a month now and I have introduced grain for the last week at about a bit less than 1/2 cup per kid in the morning. I am hesitant to up the grain to morning and night because I would prefer the dependency on browse and hay. I am still giving almost 4 cups of milk replacer 2 times a day but it is at a lower potency. The doe seems much more interested and frequent about visiting the water. She takes quick sips. The wether is not as interested and I have not actually seen him consume any. He is still quite the eager bottle recipient. Should I stop the milk replacer all together or reduce the amount for the next week? If I reduce it, should I leave the potency at a weaker level? Am I over thinking this process and should I just cut off the milk so that they can just go for the grain and hay? (chuckling) Thank you for your input in advance! I always learn something from this excellent site!