I just thought of something this morning...... A doe can't be bred until she's about 4 months old, right? Not that I'd ever want to breed that young.... but that's why I'm asking. What is the youngest possible age that a doe might accidentally get bred? Because here I'd posted (in the "goat's are like potato chips") that I had all these "plans" for setting up pens, fencing, and shifting chickens around. But maybe I don't have to! Here's the question...... Can my 11 week old buck be in the same pen with a 2 week old doe? Can they both go in the pasture together when the fence is up in 2 weeks (red brand goat fence)? Just as long as I get her away from the little buck before she is 4 months old? Or should I do it sooner, maybe when she's 3 months old? If I can do that, then I wouldn't have such a rush to get an older doe for my buck to have company in the pasture. I could take a bit of time to really find the right one. It's not going to be all that easy to find what I need/want. I want a dairy doe, preferable a saanen or mix, WITH horns since everyone else will have horns.