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He's not a guy he is a boy. Big difference. He didn't harm your goat and as far as the horn ever getting stable again I wouldn't hold my breath. It might be better for the goat to have both of them cut off.
 

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I have seen dozens of goats, sheep and cattle with loose horns and I have never seen one that became firmly attached again. They are animals and they bump into things and keep it loosened up. I'm not trying to offend you but that is my experience. I hope you have better luck.
 
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