My new Boar buck, who I've had for about two to three months, has breed (we think) one of my females so is now officially a "buck." But this growing up has come with some bad behavior... He was a bottle fed baby and is about 6 to 8 months old now. He was very gentle when we got him. I am in and out of the goat fenced area a lot and have to go inside two times a day to feed and water. He has started jumping up on me, pushing me, etc. I firmly say no and trying to make him stop but if I push him down off me that seems to make him want to push me back more.... How do I stop or prohibit this behavior? He will be moving to his own fenced area beside the two female goats soon and will likely have our goat dog as his companion there.... Is he acting this way because one of the goats was in heat? (that is over now)....Is he acting this way simply because he's a male? I am 5 ft 5 inches and weigh about 140 to 150...I am not used to wrestling livestock! My Angora rabbits don't give me this problem and neither do my chickens and rooster! ha! Any suggestions and help will be appreciated!