First time. I have a friend who was a farrier who showed me how when he came out and trimmed them eight weeks ago. I was putting it off a little too long because of the horrible mud. I was only going to do the ND mama. She was trimmed right before we got her, and she had been bred. Then (I know, shame, shame) no one got trimmed for a long time, because I had all those babies, and they got sick from the milk replacer and on and on. I just had a long winter of learning to manage my goats and was working on solutions to a lot of other things. When my friend trimmed their hooves, we didn't really go too far with the ND because she was a few weeks from birthing and we didn't want to stress her. Also, 2 of my adults were at another farm to be bred, and they did not get done either. Because we have big climbing rocks in their pen, they do wear their hooves down considerably on their own, which is a blessing, but the pg ND wasn't climbing... So her feet were BAD. I went into her pen and my sons held her while I trimmed. I didn't have any of the hesitation and fear I had when Gary was showing me how to do it. It went really well and I felt better because I knew it was irresponsible to let it go so long...they still need a little more to get them back in perfect shape, but I didn't want to do it all the way first shot. Then, since it has been so warm and dry, and it will be raining tomorrow, I decided to do the other adults that didn't get done---they were bad, but not terrible bad, because they do a lot of rock climbing. Okay, now I decide to do 2 others. They were easy, because they had been done 8 weeks ago. By this time, I've got a major crick in my back and the barn still needs to be cleaned out. So I'll do the rest next nice day. I'm just proud of myself! That's all!