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Buck criteria in- clude length and width of back and loin, depth of heart girth and depth and width of chest floor.


rear attachment, internal residual milk capacity and two teats cor- rectly spaced and shaped. As the does dry off after weaning kids, the udder should become compact and tight against the abdominal wall to prevent damage from dense vegetation.


Buck selection Young bucklings are screened at weaning (3 months of age), eight months, as yearlings and selected as a major herd sire at two


years of age.


The bucks are selected on many of the same rigid conformation standards as the females – structure of feet, legs and pasterns, width across the withers and rump, length and width of back and loin, depth


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Goat Rancher | July 2020


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