So I have a percentage boer herd(goats). Alpinexboer does and purebred boer billies. They seem to do well enough..mothers are good milkers and wean early heavy kids..the billy lines I have throw alot of doelings and the wethers finish fast enough....BUT it was suggested to me last week by a friend, as he looked at my record book, that I should introduce some Toggenburg blood to my herd...OK thats his opinion...But as it turns out; I've read that is the new trend. They are supposed to help wean bigger kids and do it in a shorter amount of time. Has anyone tried this? and if so What, if any, are the noticeable changes? Did you add a billy or a nanny? How are toggenburgs to keep? I'll be keeping an eye on the responses...I'm looking at a toggenburg doe/kid(buckling) and would like some input.