Hi, ca n anybody tell me whether there is a way of telling if an adult she-goat is a hermaphrodite BEFORE attempting to breed her? I have a big doe (I mean REALLY big - stocky) aged two who, apart from having footballer's thighs and chest, huge feet and horns, behaves very aggressively towards the others, often trying to mount them even when none of them should be in heat. I have put her on leaner rations but she seems to get bigger on those as well - I meant to get her back to normal shape before breeding, but as she is a real problem (can't be put with the other girls so managing the herd when buck comes along is going to be a pain in the ***) I was wondering whether it was WORTHWHILE breeding her - is she going to be a good milker, masculine as she is? Is she going to get pregnant, anyway? What about her possible offspring? I will add she is not a purebred but a grade doe - she was given to me a few months ago and no-one knew about her dam and sire. Grateful for any advice!!