Hello there, I have 2 baby goats that are about 2 months old. Not sure of the exact day they were born because I bought them from a lady (I should say goat mill). But that is a different story. When I got them they were so sick, but I felt in my heart I needed to rescue them. After lots of vet visits, shots, medicine and lots of love they are doing well. But now I worry about them not eating what they should. I know its too much, but I feed them 3 times a day about 16-20 oz a day. Morning Lunch and before bed. They do have sweet grain always available to them, but have not much interest in it. I also have hay and grass always available, but they do not care much for either. They do however eat my blackberry bushes ;( How can I get them off the bottle and eat the hay and grain? They do not drink water either, I have a few bowls out there, but no interest in that either. They were taken from their mom the first day they were born please dont criticize me, it was not my choice, I got them when they were about 5 days old and 9 days old. I don't believe they had any colostrum, I think she saved it for the baby girls. Sorry another story. Basically I need help/suggestions on how to transition them from a bottle to grains, hay, water. How much should I be feeding them and how do I know that they are not hungry if I start giving them less and less milk replacer? I am sorry for all the questions, but I know a lot of you have been in my situation and have gone through this. I appreciate the help and advice.