Okay, I think I did something kind of dumb . . . I have a Nubian doeling, 2 yo, who has never kidded, (her father throws consistent socked on udders) has horns, has slightly downhill conformation, a high escutcheoun, and really big milk orifices, beautiful straight legs and tight shoulders, could be wider in the ribcage, and could benefit from sharper withers, has a steep rump and could have a slightly longer neck. Despite all that, she has the perfect legs, the perfect stride and the perfect shoulder and chest space. She is really wide in the back, and she will have a super udder. However I had her priced at 120 because of her awesome disposition and her siblings awesome udders. After looking her over critically, I think I have priced her unfairly. I think a lower price would be fair . . . what do you think?