The 2 does that I agreed to have bred by Chief arrived today. They are happily munching hay with Chief in the next stall. These girls are a mother / daughter pair and I love their colors. They are very well taken care of and very loved little ladies..their mom had tears in her eyes as she left them. Chief is being a typical buck romancing the stall wall...silly boy! The younger of the 2 is a very loveable little thing, she curled up in my lap when I went to bed them down for the night..her mom is a bit more wary but they were left with a good supply of animal crackers so she'll come around. They will be here for a few weeks as I think we missed the elder does heat by a day and the younger one I'm thinking I'll see tomorrow if she shows any interest with Chief. I did get verification of shots and wormings as well as payment, and one of the best things is that they eat the same grain that I feed mine. I didn't give them but a quarter cup as I told their owner that since they had such a long ride(3 1/2 hours!) I didn't want to stress their system, they went straight for the hay and water bucket...which is funny because the elder one would not drink from the blue bucket I provided, she went for the white one that I use to carry water. They seem to be pretty comfortable now, not scared at all. I am so glad to see that they are healthy little goaties as I really would have hated to have had to turn them away if they weren't. The younger doe is a year and a half old and just a tad bigger than Angel(who is big for her age!)so I really don't for see a problem with her being bred. Both of these girls are wide with very deep barrels and the fact that Chiefs parents are small is a plus. Any how, just thot I'd post an update....let's hope that Chief gets the job done as I know these girls are going to be missed at home. It's also a pretty wonderful feeling to know that theres someone else out there that loves her goats as much as I love mine!! And to meet her in person is a plus!