Okay, I have been researching dairy goats for a while and feel ready to start with buying 2 for milking. So this is my problem, how do I deal with babies every year just to keep a goat in milk? More specifically, I dont take animal ownership lightly so I am struggling with the thought of bringing baby goats into the world just for the benefit of fresh milk for my family. I get attached too easily and the thought of caring for them just to sell them (if you are even able to sell them)--then worry about whether or not they are going to good homes keeps me from buying any. What if you have too many bucks? Are there breeders that let you breed your does to their bucks and then take back babies to sell if they are healthy, registered and UTD on vacs? I could see a serious problem with goat over-population after a few years if there wasn't some sort of maintenance plan in place. How do you all handle this? I'd like to hear any thoughts/suggestions.