I drank my first milk from my doe last night. I am improving on milking. I had to wait three milkings to taste the milk as the previous owner had given her a shot of penicillin. I followed the tips from Fiasco Farm, especially about the Teat Wash and Dip, and the ones from here about the ice in the pots to quickly cool down the milk. Thanks a million! Especially to Miss Prissy and others who told me about this Saanen/Nubian cross. The 2 kids have a little bit of Toggenburg in them as well as the Saanen, Nubian cross, it says on the papers And the older doe is much prettier in person than in the photo the previous owner had sent me. I'll get some pictures of her. She is a really nice goat and as long as she stands still is easy to milk. The milk is excellent! I've been drinking Meyenberg milk from the grocery store (they ordered it in for me) and this tastes like that only much, much better. OK, now for the questions: How do I know if I'm feeding the goat enough? If she's thin or fat? What is the best way to correct a goat? Like when she doesn't want to be still and kicks the bucket over? I've been just stopping and trying to calm her down and get her back interested in the food, and securing better the rear foot that is tethered to the fence. It is amazing how many directions that goat can move, even with her head tied to the fence and a rope on a hind foot. How much B vitamin and C vitamin should I give the goat? The previous owner said that it is good for them and gave me brands and the goat does like to eat them, she thinks they are treats. I just am not sure how much. There was a white discharge coming out of her girl parts this morning is that normal? Does that mean she's cycling or something? I cannot thank y'all enough for all your help and encouragement. Now, I get to try out some of those recipes that Miss Prissy was nice enough to share.