It is mid December in Connecticut and all of my breeders are well past their fall molt (THANK GOD. I dread mass shedding). I have one doe in particular who never slowed down shedding and shows no signs of stopping any time soon. It is an absolute struggle to keep her cage from becoming a nasty mess of matted hair and urine, while everybody else's cage is almost spotless. Most of her excess fur is on her back and hindquarters. It is definitely not an obesity issue, though. She is probably the most trim doe that I own. She eats the same ration as everybody else, is in the same barn, drinks the same water, etc. Could age have something to do with it? Her DOB is unknown, but she is fully matured and has had at least a handful of litters before I got her this spring. Any other suggestions as to what it could be?