Miss Daisy is doing quite well at milking for me. Unfortunately, she's giving my daughter a fit. With me, she eats her grain, then fidgets. I get up and tie her lead shorter, tell her to move her rear back over, and she settles down. No more grain, and she gives up and is still. She won't settle back down for Kate, who milks in the afternoon. She is quiet about 2/3 of the milking, and then gets quite restless. I'm sending Kate's big brother down this afternoon, to see if that helps. Seems that she has trained Kate to give her more goodies to stand still when she fidgets? I don't have a stanchion, Daisy wears a turnout halter and is clipped to the ladder. Works for me til I can build a cow-sized stanchion, but any ideas to help out Kate? BTW...butter, cream, the richest milk I've ever drunk.....I'm in cow heaven, and so are the kids!