My husband is ready to make me live in the barn! We've had goats for 2 years, but we've always had bucks under a year, so just an "annoying" smell, not to bad, washes right off hands, and I didn't handle them much at all. Well, last night we brought home our 2 new Nigerian bucks, a coming 3 and coming 2 y.o. Oh My Gosh are they RIPE! AND I have to handle these boys ALOT. We are in Northern Wisconsin, so it's very cold here right now, and I think the boys got stressed with hauling last night, so I'm gonna give them Probiotic paste, vit. B, and Goat Serum for 2 days (that's a lot of full body contact!), plus I will be handbreeding, and need to lead them to and from the girls, with one doeling ready now, (more contact with attaching lead to collar), and just even being by them, they are locked in a large stall in my donkey barn and the whole freaking barn stinks! I don't even know what to do with my barn clothes, it can't come in the house, but I can't keep it outside in 10 degree weather! I can't get the smell out of my hands either, I've scrubbed them raw with coffee goat soap, which I was told worked well. How do you people manage your awfully smelly boys?