OK, folks, here's my dilema. I've got 2 Toggs who are not the best milkers in the world. I've done my best to get their production up thanks to a bunch of great suggestions from this board, but with only limited success. I'm willing to try once to freshen them and see if they milk better next year. I was also planning to keep a doeling out of the best of the two girls I have. I'm on a fairly limited budget and don't have a couple hundred bucks to shell out for another doe. My neighbor has a Boer buck. The advantages to breeding to him are a) close (I can walk my girls over there) and b) free. There is another goat person in the area who has several different dairy breeds. I think her buck is an Alpine. She's farther away and the breeding would not be free. Has anyone here milked a Togg/Boer cross? Do you think a Togg/Alpine cross would give a significant amount more milk, as in enough to make it worth paying to have her bred? I know there's no way of telling for sure, just looking for everyone's best guess. My dh does not like spending money on animals and is pushing for the freebie, but I'm more interested in milk than meat. Thanks.