Hi all - I have a weaning question. I currently have three does, and do pasture rotation on a weekly basis. I milk one of them (Patience) daily, and have been since early May 2019. I've read that folks typically wean the kids around 3 months, and sell them or rehome them, etc. However, I kept one of the kids (Stability) from last year, and assumed that at some point she would stop nursing. There was a period where Patience would kick Stability away and prevent her from nursing, but Patience isn't always consistent about it. So Stability is still nursing to this day, even though she's just about 15 months old now. I'm a bit concerned because she's definitely overweight - I'm not sure if that will lead to other health issues later on or not. I'd like to wean her, but I'm concerned she won't stop nursing so long as I continue milking Patience (which I'd like to continue doing for as long as possible - may not breed again until next year). I'm wondering if anyone has any tips for weaning a fat adult-sized baby goat? I'm hoping to avoid having to physically separate them for two reasons: 1) I have three does, so one would be left by herself. 2) Because of the rotational grazing I do, it would mean cutting their pen sizes in half and add to the weekly labor of moving them. However, if this is the only way, I'm open to it, especially if it will keep Stability healthier. I just wanted to see if anyone had other ideas.