I have a question. We have had milk goats for about a month now, our first ever, and I have been milking two of the nannies. So question 1: "I want to get cream from these guys so I can use it to make butter, whipping cream, etc..., but can you use a cream separator? I saw a cheap (20) plastic one on eBay and thought I would give it a try, but I am not sure if it would work for a goat. Any thoughts?" Question 2: "My goat's milk tastes a little bit goaty, and being pregnant, I am really sensitive to it and can't drink it. Any ideas as to why it tastes like this? We do have a young just able to breed billy with the nannies, along with a ram and two ewes. I milk by hand, keep it pretty clean, and filter & chill the milk quickly. They are on pasture, which has weeds/grass/trees/juniper tree in it, and we give them cracked corn while we are milking them. The first day we got them I had a glass of milk and it didn't taste like that, so I can't help but feel I am doing something wrong. I think they have gone into heat too... I saw the ram breeding one, and the billy too." Question 3: "We do have the ram with the nannies, and he did breed at least one of them, is this a problem? We also have the billy, who also bred at least one. I would hate to have to separate them, but if I have to I have to (just more fencing work to be done)" Thanks for all your help, we are really new to goats!