I'd like to get two goats this fall with the hopes of having a small herd of dairy goats eventually. I don't see myself getting into showing but I would like to have quality goats who produce quality milk. We only have a few acres so all of our animals are part of the family and it would be the same with the goats. If I am not interested in showing is there a disadvantage in getting a goat with a spur teat? A local breeder who has been very helpful to me so far has a young doe she's going to sell due to a spur teat. Her offspring do not have it I believe. It seems to me that I would be the type of home this gal would do well at since I'm not going to be showing her but am looking for good milk bloodlines. She also has another young doe but said that she has a full set of extra teats. I am a little more hesitant on her, only because if I was interested in getting into breeding down the line I'd prefer not to fill up initially with goats with traits that would disqualify their offspring (if passed on) in shows. But, I also don't want to overthink it since I am truly looking for a solid backyard milk operation and some good pets/brush eaters. Advice from knowledgeable goat owners is very welcome! Thanks!