Very excited! My kids and I are in love. My dh is already complaining what a pain in the tuckus they're going to be (we had to put up some temporary fencing a very small spot and they immediately tore it down. rofl) I think their curiosity and mischievousness is adorable! They are terrified of us, btw. They were raised in a rather large herd with their mothers and some livestock guardian dogs. They haven't even ever had their hooves trimmed. I can't catch them at all now that they're home. Yesterday, I think they were too scared to try and run, and they let us pet and feed them, but today, we can't get anywhere near them! The bigger one was in with the bucks for a few month, so she's hopefully pregnant (we want milk) and she is quite a bit motivated by food and will come and eat some feed as long as we don't try to touch her (hopefully that's a sign she is pregnant??) Any thoughts on taming them, or should I just keep going with offering sweet feed every time I go in to try to get them to like me? I need to step it up before kidding time if we're going to be successful at milking, though! The little one was not in with the boys as she is obviously too young and small. Works for us, as we want milkers, and alternating breeding years on 2 girls is probably the best way to go. I can't wait to see what she looks like when she grows up! Her mom was gorgeous and she looks very similar, though a LOT lighter, that's why I picked her out of over a dozen. She is already darker than when we picked her out a few months ago, so I think she may end up looking just like her mom. Sort of a nice reddish/orangeish brown, not sure how to describe, a more subtle pretty color than what you usually see on animals, with both lighter and darker spots. I picked the other b/c she was as big as the moms and i figured she was definitely big enough to breed, plus she looked full Saanen, though she is half Boer. The little one's mom was Nubian/Boer cross and her dad was full blooded Kiko. I have read Kikos are actually good milkers, so I think they'll both do fine. We wanted dual purpose goats anyway, gotta do something with the boys! PS, don't mind the junk in the background of the first pic. The old barn was full of junk. We threw out all of the smaller more dangerous stuff. I might try to rig some climbing toys for our new girls with these bigger pieces and some miscellaneous wood we have lying around.