My 10 yr old got a wether for a present 3 years ago. He was cute and cuddly and she spent lots of time with him (not a botttle baby, he had his mom). Fast forward 3 years and he is 200 or 250 pounds and still wants to play with my daughter. My oldest daughter (13yrs old) usually does all the goat chores and handles the wether fine. My 10yr old though is now old enough to start helping out in the goat barn (and will start 4H this year) and the wether very much remembers his play mate. He doesn't want to hurt her but "play" with her like he does the other goats. My 10yr old is very scared of him now because of it (rightly so, he could hurt her with his "play"). He is the friendliest goat we have and we did use to let him out all the time to play with the kids (the two legged kids) when he was smaller. We are getting a buck next month and were thinking about putting him in with the buck to give the buck company (I'm not sure how the wether will feel about this because his mom and sister and the place that's always been home will be close enough to yearn for). That will put him out of the dairy goat field and barns and my daughter can then go in but again I'm not sure how the wether will do being displaced like that (we are building 8 ft high cattle fences though for the buck pen, it hopefully will be hard to get out of). If he stays, what can we do? He doesn't "butt" or anything but is very frisky (backs up jumping, hops like a bunny after her, twisting side ways in his joy when she's in there, today she climbed a tree stump and he tried to pull her down by her skirt with his teeth to come down). Should we arm her somehow or should someone just always be with her when she has to go get one of the dairy goats? She only weighs about 75-80 pounds. Thank You!!