I have read time and time again that Nubians are a duel purpose breed of goat and give more butterfat, and that helps offset the smaller amount of milk. I have a few questions that I haven't been able to really find an answer to. 1. How much more meat do you get per goat vs. more "dairy" breeds like the Saanan? 2. How much less milk do they give? 3. Do people actually breed the Nubian to be duel purpose, or are breeders more focused on milk production? I know it depends on the breeder, but you guys know more than me, so I'm hoping you know. 4. What is a good yearly milking average for a standard sized goat? 5. Most people that I find online that have Nubians consider the daily average (per lactation)of 8 pounds -or 1 gallon- a really good milker. Do you consider this a good average, particularly for a Nubian? If you can answer even one of the questions I would greatly appreciate it.