Please level with me on your opinions about how friendly dam-raised kids can be versus bottle raised. My Nigerian Dwarf doe is expecting kids in a few weeks, and for many reasons I would prefer them to be dam raised (also, both parents are from CAE-negative herds). However, if I become convinced that bottle-raised kids are routinely so much more friendly and human-oriented than dam-raised, I will commit to go that route. Any tips on encouraging "friendliness" in dam-raised kids? I have 3 children who will be giving them LOTS of love every day, which should help matters. Also, when we are interacting with the kids, must the mom always be present, or as the kids get a few weeks older, can we play with the kids sometimes in the stall while the mom is outside? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!