My son's boer/myotonic cross wether has weak pasterns. Breeder said he gives him a BoSe shot every month on the first, so we are to continue that plan. We had him up on the stand yesterday and noticed on his back feet the hooves spread apart. I keep trimming the toes to hopefully help out the back feet but the only time they look good is when I hold the toes together. Once I let go, they spread back apart. He is for our October County Fair. Thoughts on showing a wether with weak pasterns? Did we just a waste our money on him or are goats with weak pasterns shown successfully and sold at auction if he places and makes it through? Also, what problems, if any, is he looking at when starting to practice bracing him? Will the weak pasterns hinder that?