I sent liver samples in on two 4-5 year old does. The samples were put in a 20 goat group. They were "diagnosed" on a bell curve. The only abnormality was one sample was low in manganes. If anyone cares to see the numbers I will be happy to type them in. If not I will be happy not to type them in. My thoughts and conclusions are that I'm happy to know that my numbers are normal and healthy. However I would have appreciated knowing whether they were at the high end of normal or the low end. Also, because they were in a group of goats I do not know and were graded on a curve I would have liked to have known the conditions and results of the other goats in the group. I am unaware of what a goats levels should be. Just because my goats were normal that doesn't mean that the other 18 goats weren't severely deficient so mine scored in the normal range even if they are deficient also just not as badly. Bell curve testing has never impressed me. I paid $50 a goat for these tests. Should I be feeling frustrated with my results or should I just let it go and be happy that my goats are "normal"? Do you think they would give me the results of my group if I were to call? Does anyone know where I can find what a goat's mineral levels should be? If this wasn't done on a bell curve I probably wouldn't be concerned.