:Bawling: :help: does anyone know where in northern minnesota where i can get milk goats at an affordable price? i have a milking doe and a 3 month(who i want to breed and dont know how old she needs to be) my 3 month old refuses to ween, weve tryed everythingshe is taking half our regular production from our milker who is not even her mother, and when we got fed up and seperated them she cryed non-stop which upset the adult and starved herself all together,and began losing weight, anyone with ideas? also if i breed her early will she be a poor milker? an i want more but noone in my area wants to let go of milkers or even young females except the major commercial goat milk farm in our area who only sells prize stock at $600 +and i am not particular about breed, but i am just a homesteader and just starting my little farm and so i am particular about price, also my milker has alot of gas because i had been letting her graze for a couple hours a day and she crys like shes hurting all the time now and we stopped letting her graze because another farmer in our area told us she would graze untill she bloated and killed herself, is this true? how do i solve the gas problem? please help!!!!!