You remember how I was going to purchase four wether kids from work, to put on feed for a carcass competition in September? Well, plans have changed slightly. My boss just called me, and asked would I like four baby bucks to put on the bottle? Well, I'm not gonna say no! The carcass comp has classes for: light capretto heavy capretto lightweight wether middleweight wether heavyweight wether heavy export wether So these guys will probably go into the heavy capretto. The competition calls for a pen of three, so the fourth one will probably go into my freezer. Or the other alternative is, the capretto class they can be intact, so I will definitely keep them intact so they grow faster, and then there is the possibility that the fourth one that doesnt go in the carcass comp may stay a buck. We will see. They are out of the show does, so they are possibly the very best buck kids I could get from work! They are all fullblood boers, as opposed to the other group I would have been picking from there are some fullbloods and some crossbreds. I will post pics later this evening or afternoon. One is a triplet - the doe just isnt quite keeping up with all three One is a twin - the doe is a bit crook and leaving her with just one should help her out One is a twin - and has a parrot mouth One is a single - but the mother looks awful, not sure quite what is wrong with her, and think he's a little brain damaged - only takes small amounts of milk very often All but the parrot mouth are already trained to the bottle. The only dicey one is that brain damaged kid. The first two are huge strapping lovely bucks. The single is a pretty small weedy guy and I havent seen the parrot mouth. Hopefully I can get three even in type by September - because they have to be entered as a group of three. :leap: I'm excited! My boss is the best, I love her! *Gulp* I'm gonna have 10 bottle babies!