I am just getting into breeding my registered Nigerians. My first kidding last spring gave me a doeling I retained but this years kids will not be able to stay w/ us. I am worried about how my areas economy is and if people in my community are even buying goats w/ times being so rough. I was wondering if anyone has any opinions on what to expect when it comes time to sell these guys. We live in Michigan and believe me, things are tough around here. I may even decide to wait to breed, but I really think the funnest part of having goats of good lines is to have kiddings. I would like to hear if anyone thinks it was really hard to sell their kids. I cry every time that commercial comes on about all the animals needing adopting etc. and it takes the fun out of deciding to breed animals if they won't have loving homes. Thanks.