We've had our goats for 6 months now. We have two does, they are both dry right now and we have not bred them. In the 6 months that we've had them they've been loud only when they are super hungry. Their lot is pretty dead at this point so I thought that might be it, but they have water, nice green hay. I gave them a grain ration last night (I don't usually do that) at about 10:30 because when we came home from a late dinner the dominate female would not stop bleeting. She was bleeting when we left at 7 too. I thought maybe something was in their barn so I had DH go out with a shovel and kick around the bedding and there was nothing in there. It's drizzling a little here and they are normally tucked in the barn by the time the sun goes down. When DH left for work this morning the dominate female was bleeting again! So, I went out and gave them fresh water, put out more minerals, some baking soda, put acv in their water, and dumped in a gallon bucket of apples. As soon as I was out of sight she stopped eating the apples and started bleeting again! So, I thought maybe they'd like to get out (I sometimes take them on a walk out to the apple tree to get a treat-not daily maybe 3 times a week). It's still dark here and they should still be in the barn, but I didnt' want them bleeting all day. So I took them out for about an hour and just let them walk all around the yard, they ate maybe two fallen leaves and tried to chase the cat, but nothing impressive. So, I put them back in and again as soon as I was out of sight she started bleeting like crazy again! She has never done this before. The only thing that has changed is that 3 weeks ago our neighbor moved away, but that only affects them because she would let her dog out on the back porch and it would bark at them. I can't think of anything else! Any ideas??