She just turned 10 months old on Christmas eve, she is supposedly bred around mid November. She went into heat & one buck broke in, (he's an ugly nasty old buck we took for a friend) - hoping that my Boer would beat the old goat to "catching" her - we have no idea if she allowed him to mount - she didn't go into heat this month. But last month was her first time, so she could just be irregular? I have no idea. She looks bulky, but that might be her breeding/hay belly. The buck who i intentionally bred her to compliments her fairly well. He's got FANTASTIC lines, but only 99% pigment, and 1+1+ teated (she's 2+2+). My buck Riot's sire is ennobled, GS ennobled, lost of ennoblements on his father's side, and 2 3 in his dam's immediate pedigree. Anyways, Dee: ^Right side. ^Left side. She doesn't know how to lead/stand so it was hard to get her square. On another note, my wonderful boyfriend used to live next to the people who bred my cute little Dee, and he's decided he's going to get me another doe from them. ;D he's letting me pick from their next kidding, we're going out to pick & put a deposit down (I think) then going back down when the kid is 12 weeks to take her home. The doe who I think I'll buy a kid from is this girl: She's 75% % always throws color, last time she threw a black headed doeling & a dark red buckling. The sire is also Dee's dad. He's a mostly red paint with south African lines. Here he is: I'm friend with the girl who breeds these guys. Their website: http://www.dixielandacres.com/4101.html I'm REALLY hoping for a black headed doe, otherwise, they'll give me a solid red for $150, as an 88% with those nice lines. & fantastic conformation. I'm extremely impressed with Dee. By the way, this kid is my birthday present. I'll stop now. i have so much to say, I just don't know where to put it.