also which buck would you breed them to?
This is Buster’s damIt's not advisable to tickle them down as you don't get an accurate representation of them.
Kismet could use some better blending, especially in the shoulder/neck area. Her shoulders need to be moved back under her withers, she is forward set. She does have a fairly level topline and seems to have some depth for her age. Her legs are strong and her pasterns are tight though she toes out. You want the toes tracking straight forward. She's a fairly narrow doe.
Opie is my favorite of the bunch. Strong legs and feet, great depth, long, decent brisket, it's a little tilted but good extension. She looks a bit ewe necked, or needs some blending from the neck into the withers. Nice escutcheon height and decent width to her but could use more. She toes out in the front. She is your best doe.
Creature, here you can see the difference in punching/tickling down vs natural between the two pics. She has great brisket extension, needs blending of the neck into the shoulders, she does have some ewe neck as well. Her rear and rear legs need some work. She toes out as well. She's a bit wider than Kismet but could use a bit more width.
Buck wise, Winston looks good in the topline and has good depth to him. His shoulders are a bit forward set. He has a good level brisket extension. Tighter in the elbows than Buster. His rump could use more length to it. He needs overall length but lengthening the rump would balance him and give overall length. He has strong legs and good rear leg angulation. It's really hard to tell his blending, the light is harsh and casting shadows that make him look unblended and that may not be the case for him.
Buster had lovely length. He needs blending from the neck into the shoulders. Lighting is better so he appears better blended, but again, lighting., so I can't tell with Winston. He is forward set in his shoulders as well. (It's common in a lot of goats and breeds, something I'm changing in my own herd) He looks a slight bit weaker in the pasterns. Overall he looks like a decent buck.
With bucks you want to look at dam and grandam udders as well. That should always be the first deciding factor in dairy goats!