So the first thing you are going to need is a milking stand. You can milk without one, but you would be a lot better off comfort wise if you have one. Your does don't need to be any special temperament to milk, but certain does take to it easier than others. You'll need a seamless stainless steel vessel to milk into. You can buy a special milking bucket or just use a stainless steel kettle. Other things you would need are supplies to clean the udder, a teat spray or dip, and a way to strain the milk. I just use a mild soap like baby shampoo in some warm water to clean the udder. I wipe it off with a wash cloth and then dry it with a clean one. The next step is to discard the first few squirts of milk. There can be bacteria that entered through the teat so you want to get rid of that. Then you can set about to milking. Milk out the udder completely, being sure to massage the udder to try and get it completely empty. Then I use Fight Bac Spray to close the orifice of the teat and add a disinfectant. If I were you, I'd watch some people on YouTube demonstrating milking so you can see how it's done. Blue Cactus Dairy has some really helpful videos.