I bought this wether a little over a year ago. He's been running with our other wether, a sheep wether, and a ewe with no problems. No signs whatsoever of getting "bucky". We just brought home a 3 month old doe (she's sooooo cute!) and introduced them this morning. I had a length of pvc pipe with me in case I needed it, and boy am I glad I thought to grab it. The yearling started the tongue babbling thing and mounted her. I had to beat him off, then he started peeing on himself. I felt around and sure enough there's one small marble thing right where the testicles would have been. I don't know how I missed it before - I guess I never had a reason to look that hard. He's in the dog run with the sheep wether for company now and goes to the vet to finish the half-way job tomorrow morning. How common is this? Was he just wethered too early? I always waited until they were 3 weeks old to make sure all the equipment had dropped and they had their first CD/T shot, is that not common practice? I really wouldn't mind using him as a buck - he has beautiful lines and nice hair. But I'm not set up for a buck right now, and I doubt whatever equipment he does have left is in working order.