So my two bucklings ( about 3 weeks apart in age - 70 and 80lbs ) have always got along, play sparring here and there and playing together. Now i have my first doe in heat. The buck pen boarders the doe pen on one side, so they can see/touch the does. Yesterday i brought my one buckling over to the does to try and get her bred ( he is half the size of this 7 yr old - but she loves him, and i backed her into a dip, so hopefully he got her-is there a way to tell ?), well the other one can see this and was interested. We attempted this breeding 3 times yesterday. Everytime i put him back in the buck pen with the other they got along still - and then ate their dinner together. Wake up this morning and it's a bloody mess ! The bigger guy ( Cadbury ) has soft little scurs - and they got knocked on from butting so both bucklings look awful ! I know it looks a lot worse then it really is - there are no injuries - but they are bloodied up from Cadbury's tiny scurs. And they are still butting - despite breakfast being in front of them. Now my doe was in standing heat yesterday, and still is this morning - and i can tell has been flirting with them along-side the fence, as she has blood on her face and rear due to them sniffing her. I'm new to this, and this is my first time with bucklings and two of them. Will they sort it out ? What should i watch for and what should i do ? Thanks !