So we had our first real day of working with the university goat herd yesterday. A friend of mine who is interested came and helped me. So by memory we have: ten togg kids - four doe kids and six buck kids who are now wethers. All are polled except two of the doe kids. Just our luck lol. Three polled adult togg does, one polled adult togg cross doe. One polled saanen doe. One disbudded nubian doe. Then three wethers - a boer, a nubian and a togg. Eighteen all together - does that equal eighteen?? Lol twas a big afternoon, we did all their feet, drenched, backlined, vaccinated and castrated. Next on the list is individual id, testing and dehorning. I'm excited about one of the doe kids in particular, she is four weeks old and has a wonderful little udder about the size of a tennis ball - and she has lovely togg breed character.