I purchased 2 ND wether kids a week ago and they have really bad coats. The hair is very long, sunbleanched, and very dry. I did body clip them except for their legs and whats underneith seems healthy and shiny. Its just so hot and humid here...in the 90's with no breeze at all. So I felt bad for them and clipped them and they seem alot cooler. The breeder I bought them from doesnt feed anything with copper in it. She says that copper will kill a goat if overdosed so to be safe she just doesnt feed it :nooo. She just fed an all stock feed and coastal burmuda hay with a plain salt block. Although I did not agree with how she feeds her goats I just nodded my head and pretended like I was listening. I have them on a small amount of goat feed by Manna Pro, loose FC goat mineral, FC canadian T&A hay which is light on the alfalfa and mix it with coastal for now until its gone and keeping them on the T&A hay. Do you think that its probably the way she was feeding has made their coats so nasty? Is there anything I can feed to have and keep them nice and shiny? And how can I shed whats left so I dont have to bring out my clippers again? :/ TIA!