Okay, I have 2, 6 year old Nubian/Lamancha girls. They did not get pregnant running with a Nigerian buck the year before I got them, and I had them run with a kinder buck from Nov-April this past season, and nothing. One girl had some health issues, clearing all those up now, hopefully. They have been difficult come hoof trimming time, but I found out how to do that a bit differently as to not totally stress them or me out.... I was going to use the lute shot, but I want things done naturally. I now have an oberhasli buckling 5 months and he will be bigger, and is already bigger then my kinder. My whole purpose in getting these girls was for milking them. Do you think another season with them is worth a shot, or should I cut my losses and move on? A previous owner has offered to pay $100.00 cash and $100.00 worth of vet services such as blood draws etc... I'm really on the fence, as I would like to get some kids out of them, milk them for a few months and then sell them.... But is it worth 1 more try?