I'm now into my third year of conducting my experiments, and I thought I would again share my results. See the results of the first year here: https://www.thegoatspot.net/threads/my-breeding-experiements-and-their-results.187266/#post-1988936 See the results of the second year here: https://www.thegoatspot.net/threads...d-their-results-year-two.192536/#post-2054209 Here's the results for this year: Experiment One: Feed Flushing There was really no doubt in my mind that this would be successful again this year, and I was not disappointed. My doe Daisy set the farm record by having five healthy kids, who are all doing great. Most everyone else had three kids, aside from Rose who has always been a petite doe and then my two first fresheners Bell and Jade. Experiment Two: Apple Cider Vinegar to Promote Doelings Well, my ratio of boys to girls is 12 to 10 - just about 1:1. If my first year had not had twice as many girls I may have given up on this experiment earlier, but we've all got to hope, right? My past three years' ratio of bucklings to doelings evens out to 1:1 as well, so I'm pretty sure at this point that this idea does not affect anything. Has anyone else been trying either (or both) of these experiments - what has been your results? Are there any other experiments you think I should try next?