I had my milk tested last season and the protein came back higher than butterfat. I'm pretty new to the whole milk testing thing, so I wanted to know how to invert those numbers. Last year my does were fed second cut grass hay at night (about 5 flakes between 8 of them, they're Nigerians), pasture/browse during the day (includes access to woods and grass pasture), Blue Seal Caprine Challenger (about 3 cups each while they were milking), DuraFerm ConceptAid Goat Mineral (free choice), sodium bicarb (free choice). In addition to that, can someone give me a basic low-down on what ideal milk protein/fat/SCC (etc.) counts are. The only "ideal" counts I can find online are for cows milk. I really only use the milk for consumption for myself, but I want to be well informed and it seems to me that if there is an imbalance of milk levels that it may be nutritionally linked.