I don't understand why these silly goats decide they won't eat their grain. A while back, it was Penny who wouldn't eat her grain. I was feeding her about 3/4 lb twice per day on the stand. For a while she just wouldn't hardly eat her grain, especially at the night feeding. I started mixing some black strap molasses (very little) into her grain and then should would usually eat it OK, but not great. After a while she just seemed to start eating well again, I don't really remember a day thinking, "wow, she's eating now" but she has no problem at this time. About three weeks ago, we got another goat that is in milk, Jodi. She's been milking 1 or 2 cups shy of a gallon per day. I feed her about 1 lb per milking, twice a day. Up until a few days ago, she ate all I could give her. But suddenly she doesn't want to eat her grain, she maybe eats half of it and her production has dropped along with it. Her appetite seems fine otherwise. If I were to fill her bucket with alfalfa she would probably eat every bit of it. But the grain she doesn't really care about. I gave her some probios in case her stomach was a little off, but she really doesn't act like it is. They get good grass/clover mix hay and alfalfa pellets in two buckets in their pen. I also normally give the milkers an extra couple of cups of alfalfa on the stand at each milking as well. Their grain is just whole oats, with a handful of BOSS added. Are they getting spoiled and just wanting the alfalfa and not grain or what?