Hi All - I know there are some goat people on here so I have a few questions for you! I'll probably post on BYH as well for some additional input We've been thinking about getting goats for awhile now. I was really wanting Nigerians and have done some research on them but out of the blue we've been given the opportunity to get three Nubians. I don't know a whole lot about the breed, although I think I've read that the are good milk goats? Is this true? We would like them for pets/brush clearers as well as for milk. I'm still waiting for some more details on the trio, but I do know that there are two boys and a girl - a doe and buck kid and the other adult is also a male, but I don't know if he's a buck or a wether. From what I've learned about goats I know that I definitely don't want a buck! So if the second adult is a buck, is there an age after which you can't castrate? I also have a fencing question. We're on 5 acres and have 6' tall 3-rail horse fencing around our paddock and pasture areas. I know I will need additional fencing for the goats - should we go with 4' or 6' tall livestock panel? Or is there a better option that livestock panel? Lastly - How much feed do Nubians generally eat? We have quite a bit of brush around the property for them but I assume they'll need additional feed. I've got a loft full of high quality timothy that they would be fed. Do most people feed additional supplements as well? I assume the doe will need something else during milk production/pregnancy?