Okay, I'll give it a try Don't take what I say to heart though, I'm an amateur :lol:
Good length of body
Good body capacity
Neck blends well into withers
Neck blends well into brisket
Good amount of brisket
Chest floor blends well into girth
Spring of rib blends well into rear barrel
Front legs appear to be straight
Could stand more uphill
Hind legs look a bit posty
Neck could be longer
Sometimes it levels out a bit when they are set up and pinched down, at least it does on my doe
Glad to help
But, if you wanted to show him as a dairy goat, you couldn't because he has horns, they would be a DQ, might be worth mentioning
Looks like he might have some toe out in the rear legs
Topline dips a tiny bit
Looks like he needs more body width
Chest floor could be blended better into the heart girth
Could use some more length of body
Point of shoulder is a bit prominent
Neck could blend a bit better into the brisket
Needs to stand a bit more uphill
Hips are higher than the withers
Nice brisket extension
Nice rear leg angulation
Decent amount of depth, but would like to see more
Maculine neck and head
Good straight front legs
Neck blends well into the withers
Seems to have a decent spring of rib
Length of rump
Neck is decent length, but I would like it to be longer
Pallet looks correct
That is as far as I can go without seeing front end and rear end pictures
Well, it depends on the does you have, he may improve the kids or be a downgrade, based on your does conformation.
I can tell you right now though, that he wont help level out the rumps in his offspring, and he wont add much body capacity or depth. But his topline is fairly good, his front end is decent, his legs appear to be fine.
Just really depends on how bad or good your does are put together.
remember your buck is half the herd so start with a buck that is better than mediocre. the little man buck is awesome get him quick!!
the main problem with the buck you have is the back half. he is very steep in the rump. and i agree about his legs being posty. personally i would band him and sell him as a pet. i dont know where you are but i'm sure members on here would be able to find a more correct buck. if little man is out of your price range.