^that is including the FF Alpine in front of me
I agree 100%.I think you have to divide this into: breed (mini, standard, etc). Number of times milking per day, if she is a mature doe or young, feeding kids or not , where they are in their lactation. This can vary drastically with all these variables. When does are on DHIR - these are all taken into account, so I'm not sure what all this will tell you. I can tell you that I like to see so many gallons per lactation, or average amount of lactation per day per goat. If mature, I want to see a certain number, usually measured by weight not ounces. I like 8 lbs. minimum on a mature standard dairy doe, depending on what else she has to offer.
Thank you!64 oz. + (I only save 2 qt. I usually get a bit more, but the cats get that).
3 yr. old FF, milking once a day. 1 month into lactation, and also feeding her 2 kids.