Hello All: I really could use some feedback on how/what I am feeding my goats... In the morning the two girls each get about a cup and a half of grain with Vita Plus sprinkled on top. There is a constant offering of Timothy orchard grass hay, and occasional alfalfa hay thrown in. Twice a day they are taken out for browse for almost an hour each time. In the evening, they are again given a cup and a half of grain (Blue Seal Caprine Challenger). They have free choice loose mineral and baking soda. I just bought a salt lick as well (because they seem to want to eat road gravel and occasionally lick peopleâs skin). Neither of the goats is interested in the hay after the first five minutes of it being brought to them. Their most favorite food is the browse. One of them (4.5 month old Saanen) behaves as though she is starving to death when I give grain and take them for browse - she can't eat it fast enough, and never seems as though she's satisfied. According to my goat tape measure, she weighs 66 lbs. The other (11 week-old Togg) seems more indifferent about eating. She eats one morsel of grain at a time, taking FOREVER to eat it, and is more pokey with the browse. She also seems to drink less water. She is a skinny, small little thing. I am worried that she isn't growing as she should. Her hips seem pretty boney compared to the other doe. According to my goat tape measure, she weighs 33 lbs. Both have been wormed recently and seem to be in good general health. Do you think they behave normally for goats â even though they act so different from each other when it comes to eating?