This is a new one for me. One of our yearling nannies had dried blood on her head this am. One of her horns looked like it was pushed back and nearly broken off and had been bleeding from the base. Her horns were never very attractive. They were always thin and a little misshapen but this is the first time I've seen any of ours in danger of completely losing one. I've seen it on deer, but not a goat. So, I had to get the wife to a doctors appointment this am and wasn't sure what to do anyway. Do I pull it off since it's mainly broke and treat it with some blood stop and antibiotics? Or just let it fall off on its own? It's not bleeding actively and she's still on feed. It doesn't seem to bother her and I tend to err on the side of letting nature take its course unless they're in obvious distress. She's a tough one to catch. Avoids the grain feeder and catch pen. Really shy. Other than humans, I've never seen a species that will run at each other so hard and so regularly. I was holding one of my nannies one day just to trim an edge off her hoof and one of the others comes over to start head butting her while I'm trying to work on her leg! I'm like, "Knock that s*** off!" They hook the young ones and toss them around like rag dolls, and sometimes draw blood on each other. No small task given the thick hide they have. They have lots of room and plenty to eat and still pop each other all the time. It's like a continuous episode of Sons of Anarchy.