My uncle raises Boer goats. He's got a huge barn full of them, at least 45 does, 2 breeding bucks, 3 younger bucks he's not bred with yet, and at least 70 kids recently born, with several does still pregnant. And the bad thing is, he's NOT responsible with his breeding. He's constantly breeding them regardless of their quality. Most of his does have these grossly malformed udders that drag on the ground (I know they're meat goats and not necessarily bred for those traits, but they get worse down the generations), and one or two look like they have literally swallowed two beach balls, their stomachs bulge out so bad. Not to mention he has very little market for any of them. He's sold maybe 5 to kids for 4-H, and a few have gone for meat. But it's ridiculous. We've all thought it and talked about it before (in our own family), but today it was the worst. Last year he had a doeling born whose back legs didn't work properly -- she was called Swivel because her entire back end would swing drastically from side to side with every step. We all thought he'd be smart and not breed her, if he had to keep her we hoped he'd keep her as a pet only. Optimism at best. She kidded last week, twin bucklings, and neither one can move their back legs. The tiny things scoot around, pulling themselves with their very weak front legs, and they can barely reach Swivel's udder to nurse. IMO that's the worst case of irresponsible breeding I have ever seen.