I have 2 intact bucklings. One is 10 mos and the other 3 mos. I am currently feeding them 1/2 cup alfalfa pellets and 1/2 c of Purina Medicated DQ Goat Grower twice every day. Plus coastal hay free choice. Sometimes they get a few handfuls of peanut hay or alfalfa hay. They are both little chunks and seem healthy. Should I keep them on this long term or change it to something else? I guess I am worried because everyone keeps talking about males and urinary calculi. Is it only the wethers that get it or also intact bucks? We have hard well water. I dont know how hard exactly but hard enough to put deposits on our pipes. We also have a lot of sulfur in the water in this part of Florida. I don't know how to figure this into my bucks feed and the whole acid balance thing. Tractor Supply here carries Producers Pride Medicated Sheep and Goat with an acidifier in it. These are my first bucklings and I want to make sure they stay healthy.