So I just have a general question lol. Although I'm not a breeder, and really not planning to sell many goats, since I want milk I still need to breed. I'd much prefer to breed 'up' and turn out good looking goats, than to keep or worsen anything in my own. Obviously, there are no 'perfect' goats lol. So... Let me give you a hypothetical situation, and you tell me what you would do, it'll be a bit simplistic because I'm just trying to get a feel for this: Your goat has a perfect udder, nice long back, perfect neck, etc. What you need to 'fix' is her Somewhat short neck. You find a buck, he looks great, mom looks great, except that his back is a bit short. BUT he has the exact neck you want to breed into your line. Do you choose this boy, and hope that your doe's genetics overcome there? Or do you choose a buck with a neck you consider too long (if there is such a thing) and hope that between your doe's short neck, and the buck's long neck, the kids will be a happy medium?