I was wondering how you guys figure out your buck rotations for breeding. We currently have 3 bucks and two bucklings (one is up for sale). All of them come from strong milking lines. We have 7 does we plan to breed this fall and 5 doelings who will be bred when they are mature enough, likely for fall babies next year. Do you guys use one buck on all the does then sell him on to bring fresh genetics in each year? Do you use different bucks for various does to try and improve weaknesses, then keep progeny to see how they grow up? Buck space isn’t a problem for us as we keep our bucks with our horse so for hay they can share a round bale once the browse is gone. None of our bucks are related, so they bring different genetics. I do plan on shaving them this spring so I can get a better hold on their conformational strengths and weaknesses.