Is there any scientific research on this whole "when to wether your bucklings" debate? I know the popular notion right now is to do it "as late as possible" to prevent urinari calculi issues. But do we really know that it's earlier wethering that's the issue? I do my goats at 8-12 weeks. I've been reading recent recommendations to wait until 8-10 MONTHS. And I have friends who are reputable breeders who wether their boys in the first week of life. So...is this all conventional hearsay? Or are there some research studies out there? Anybody know?