I would love any information regarding one-day milk testing. I have the actual formula's from both ADGA and AGS but some more personal info would be GREAT!! I have a nice small herd of Nigerians, and I'm trying to plan out a one-day test for 2011. Questions that I have (and I emailed both registries last week & havent heard a word yet, so I thought I'd check here), 1. Firstly - Can I do a 1-day test here at our home? Because I haven't even seen a local 1 day test at any of the ADGA shows I've been to over the past few years. Do they "advertise" on the entry form or websites if they are having a 1-day test? I'd prefer to have it at home anyway, so that I can still actually show my doe's at the ADGA show. 2. All my goats are ADGA registered, as we only have ADGA shows here...but half of them are also AGS registered... If I do an ADGA 1-day test and have a dual registered goat, can I send the paperwork to AGS for a milkstar with AGS (if I meet the AGS qualifications also of course)? 3. How do I find a local milk tester? Do I pay them or are they paid through the registry? 4. Do I send in the Butterfat test or does the milk tester? And do I arrange the testing facility or do they? 5. Any milking tips? Tools to have on hand? Does the milk have to be milked into anything specific like only Stainless Steel or ? Do you hand milk? Do you use your milk machine? Can you use one of those little hand milkers like the Udderly EZ? Should I milk 3x per day before the testing timeframe or is 2x a day enough? ANYTHING ELSE AT ALL would be very much appreciated. Thanks so much!