My two goats were tested and this past week they came back negative for CAE, CL and Johne's. Whew! And with that, I can now start looking for a boyfriend for Aggy. I know which farm I'm using and have an idea which little man I like for her...but will know better when I get to see him and the other bucks in person. The owner of the farm is a lovely woman who is a WEALTH of goaty knowledge. She actually came out to my place and looked at Aggy and could explain the lines and body parts and all those little things that I seriously think you NEED someone to show and explain to you on your own goat. When she left, I can say I probably knew 110% more about my Nigerian than I did before she came over. She was able to show me Aggy's strong points and her weaker points. While I would never say I'm an expert (still so much to learn), I feel that I can make some educated decisions that I wouldn't have been able to make before in regards to breeding Aggy. So BLESS YOU to everyone who takes the time to explain and show things to newbies. Once I have picked out Aggy's boyfriend, I'm hoping to be able to breed her next month. This is a pretty exciting time. Looking forward to having our first little goat babies ruling the roost here. Woohoo!