:help Here is the scenario. I have in my small herd... 1 -yearling milker 1 -11 day old buckling 3 -6 week old kids All are great together. All of these are Alpines. Then I have a 9 month old Nigerian Doeling with small horns. She loves to play and is sweet BUT.... She butted heads with my future herd sire/6 week old buck... and put a gouge next to his healing hornbud. It started pulsating blood. He was screaming. I was screaming...FINALLY got the blood stopped and her Horn-ess put back in the shed/barn. What to do? I saw a spot next to his horn bud the other day as well, but figured he must have scratched himself on a bump on the post or something. I suspected her but did not want to say that for sure. NOW I have a nigerian doeling away from the herd by herself in the barn and the others merrily playing in the yard. :sigh What to do with her? I only have the one yard so far. Have not built the others yet. I have two pens in the small barn. (Will be building another larger barn soon). One for the milker and her 11 day son and the other for the older kids and nigerian. With this new head wound I'm afraid to put them together even for the night in the pen. I would hate to have it reopen and him bleed to death or something. It was really scary. Help please. Any ideas?