When I went out to feed this morning, my buck was shivering. Kind of hunched up, obviously cold. Yes, it WAS very cold last night, around 15 degrees. None of the other goats were shivering and I have seen him do this before. He has lots of hair, although is missing some on the backs of his front legs. He had urine scald and I keep desitin on them now. He is kept seperately from the girls with a 10X10 stall and small paddock. The girls are stalled right next to him. He is not all that skinny. I am wondering if there is a condition which would make him more sensitive to the cold? He gets free choice alfalfa hay and also grass hay. He gets grain once a day, in the evening, about 1 pound. Minerals, and ice-free water. He is not on pasture right now. Yes I do jacket him when he gets too cold. I am wondering if I can feed him more grain without problems to put some more meat on him. He really does get lots and lots of pure alfalfa. His stall is also bedded deeply with straw, not drafty, and is completely dry, even when it rains. I'm going to try and include a couple of pictures. Well, I got one picture to go through somehow. None of the others want to do it though. Anita This morning I gave him bo-se shot, a vit. b shot, and I wormed him with ivermectin. He has been on regular worming and vaccine, bo-se, etc.