We have 5 nubian does. 4 do not have horns and 1 has horns. The horned goat has been chasing the other does around the pen and often hooks her horns under their neck and belly. We are scared that she may seriously injure them. She especially goes after the new doe we got, cornering her and ramming into her over and over. We separated her and she is currently living with the sheep (who she doesnt bother), but we are wondering what we could do about this problem. We tried attaching tennis balls to her horns so they wouldnt be so dangerous but they kept falling off. Are there any good long term solutions? How do you guys feel about dehorning with bands? Should we just sell her? We also have two bucks with horns that are separated but I dont know if it would be a good idea to stick her with them full time. Do you guys think she would calm down if we separated her for awhile and then reintroduced her to the other does? We would really prefer not to sell her but if it comes down to it then we will. Please give ideas on what we should do. Thank you.