Viewing many goats' LA scores, you can see some scores change over the years. Vs turn to Es, or Es may go back down to Vs.... That made me wonder if things such as trimming hooves regularly can help improve the Linear Appraisal score for Feet or Legs. Maybe the goat was noted for splayed toes or something, can trimming that goat's hooves regularly help fix the problem and improve future scores? Then what about condition of the goat. Many of us know that copper deficiency, or other vitamin deficiencies affect the goat negatively, sometimes causing dry udders, crooked legs, or weak pasterns. Can bolusing improve scores in Legs, Udder Texture, and Feet? Maybe they aren't tricks of the trade, but just wise husbandry. Is there anything else, in caring for the goat, that can help improve LA scores, and prevent low scores, in certain categories?