Hello there! I'm new to this board (but have already gleaned a lot of great info) and new to goats. I've been reading up on them for a year, and just paid my reservation for two adorable buckskin ND wethers-to-be. My question is this, when kept as dam-raised pets are two wethers enough company for each other, or would three be better? Would the group dynamic be better or worse? The reason I'm asking is the breeder has another buckling of the same age and coloring (my favorite) and may offer me a deal for the three. (There's nothing wrong with the third kid, he's just a boy in a dairy world. ) I've heard that goats are very addicting, so maybe this would be a way to get as many as I can safely house at once, instead of adding later, LOL. These boys are going to live with us as pets and blackberry-wranglers (and maybe occasional hikers) and will have a fully fenced yard (is 4' tall enough?), mini barn (a glorified shed), and lots of "playground" equipment. Feel free to give me any advice or tips you have for living with happy wethers -pics are more than welcome! Many thanks in advance!