We had a great day today! We loaded up the five bred Nigerian does in my (brother's) Jeep and drove about an hour to see Fred aka sealawyer and his lovely wife Gwen. WOW his place his beautiful! Wonderful pastures and a beautiful home and tons of great looking Boers running around everywhere! They didn't hesitate and put us right to work! Hubby and I helped sort Boer does, herd them, put them through the pens, and Gwen and I ultrasounded them, checking for pregnancy. It was a ton of fun, even in this hot weather. We had a great time chatting (mostly about goats of course) and laughing. At the very end, we took a look at my does. It came out just about how I expected! Hope - bred! Indy - bred! Pepper - bred! Hallie, as you all might remember, was the rescue doe that was part of a huge mess. She is thought to be sterile. The abusive owner CLAIMS she kidded but I've had my doubts. Now, Hallie actually allowed herself to be bred, twice, which is apparently something she's never done before. Sadly, she wasn't quite far enough to tell, so we'll wait and see. If I get a chance, I will pull blood and send it in next month. However, I made a commitment to her and she stays, regardless. Rudy on the other hand, has been with a buck twice (this is her third time) and has yet to settle. She came to use as a pregnant yearling and had a difficult delivery. I worry this caused damage we cannot see. She was hand bred, twice this time around. But isn't bred as far as we can tell. She gets until I am 100% sure she isn't bred, and then she has to move to a new home. On the whole, it was a GREAT time and we loved it! We can't thank Fred and Gwen enough. Even hubby really liked then, and he's as anti-social as I am, maybe even more. :greengrin: Pictures! Not very good ones, and I meant to get video, but I forgot. However, you can...sorta...see the black blobs that mean kids!