Aloha everyone, So last year I ended up with a rescued Ibex/feral goat hybrid (assumably an escapee from a game farm here on island. Anyway, she has been an interesting addition She is in a great many ways, just not quite like the other domestic goats I own: she is always a bit skittish, gets loose frequently, she is often found ON THE ROOF, I've actually watched her jump 7 feet straight up from a stand still, and she is just sort of smaller and kind of "deer like" compared to the other goats I own. And since she is always in some kind of ridiculous trouble her name (which she knows) is "The Dang Ibex!" ...stop looking at me like that, if you could see the ridiculous amount of bizarre trouble this goat gets into, I mean any time anything goes wrong (and with her it's more often than not) you go to see the goats and which one is it? ...ALWAYS, without fail, (say it with me) "The Dang Ibex!" So since she IS the epitome of "chaos and mayhem" to live with, you may ask "WHY keep her?" Well, she does have a great many redeeming qualities. I am kind of attached to her because she is a rescue, she had been terrorizing a friend of mine's neighborhood... And constantly waking up tenants in her vacation rental property by stomping around and urinating frequently on the roof. Also, my other goats are HIKERS (just starting to carry bags!) and when I take her up difficult areas, the kind of agility she displays so effortlessly puts my other goats to shame (and the OTHER goats in this case are freaking amazing athletes, but TFIBEX is just astonishing to watch in action on the trail) plus she just likes me... I have no idea why she decided this, since she had every reason to NOT like me (she was a yearling when I caught her by bringing over my orphan kids, when she saw them she attempted to Head ram them, and I grabbed her horns, tackled her, hog tied her, threw her in the back seat of the car... And had planned on driving her down to meet a friend of mine to get invited to dinner... But she just instantly decided I was her person and didn't want to let me out of her sight. Even managed to get on the second floor lanai to get into the house to follow me into the washroom. (Like I said, ridiculous stuff!) anyway she has become one of my favorite oddballs. So she is approximately (rescue so don't know exactly how old she is) 2 years, and she was bred about 5 months ago, on baby watch. I know she is a first freshener, and she started making a cute little udder about 3 weeks ago... She is bred to a dominant black Alpine/Boer/Kiko buck. I am super excited to see how this works out...but baby watch just kind of makes you a bit crazy you know?