I am just curious here... I did a search, but did not find this particular thing...sorry if it has been posted about before. (I know this is a dairy goat forum, but am hoping for any ideas you smart dairy folks might have. ) We have a yearling Boer cross doe.. She is beautiful, (in my unbiased opinion, anyways. Can ya tell she is a favorite? lol.) She is about 33% Alpine. She was born here. We owned both Mom and Dad. This gal looks very Boer-ish, tho has a straighter nose. She grew wonderfully, but sadly, aborted in Feb. She is up to date on all vaccines, wormings, etc.. Dad's feet were not bad like this, and Mom's feet aren't either..Neither of them have/had GREAT feet, so could it just be a combo of the two, and it was a bad one? This girl is NOT a piggy eater, either.. so I do not think she has been overfed... she DOES have a slightly older half-sister who is a pig with feed, but who has perfect feet! -This is confusing, but twin does bred to the same buck... both had doe kids.. one with GREAT feet, one with great FRONT feet, and horrid hind feet! (I just gave you some background in case it means anything...) Anyway, she has absolutely horrible back feet, and I do not know why. I trim the whole herd's feet regularly, and hers grow very strangely. Hard to describe, but they curve and bend outward, sort of. Almost like her weight is kept on the inside toe.. Does that make any sense? I am wondering if it is a bone structure thing... I dunno. She also has very skinny back feet. Each toe is very thin.. like a 1/2 inch at the thickest area.. the heel. Her front feet look great, and perfectly normal, and normal sized as well! (This is very hard to describe... sorry.) She IS a large girl... She was our youngest doe kid last year,-born in late March, and has dwarfed her half-sisters, and is 150 pounds, at 13 months..If you do not look at her back feet, she is a BEAUT! (at least to ME! lol) Any ideas on why the back feet would be so weird, but the front feet are fine? she has no trouble at all walking... it is just a challenge to trim her feet, and I wonder why they are like this..Any ideas would be appreciated. We trim hooves about every 6 weeks, or whenever they need it....Thanks in advance..