:help: i have nubian alpine crosses for milking, and purchased a saanen to beed next fall, yesterday her previuos owner called and said she was getting rid of my doelings mother who was still in milk from her last kidding and giving over 1 gallon per day, and normally this saanen being of show quality would go for much more, she knows money is tight for me right now and since i have bought a doeling and a buckling from her before wich are both parented by her doe she would sell her to me for only $100!! of course i said yes, then she asked me if i knew how to milk a saanen, i said oh yeah, no problem, im sure i can milk any doe around after milking sylvia(my first nubian, a real kicker). well i was wrong, this doe is so well behaved, stands perfectly still, even after growing tiered of eating, but i never realized how short a saanens handels are, theres so little to grab, and her utter is so huge there isnt much room to work with, aaarrggghh.i milked her for 15min and only had 1 and 1/2 quarts, but her utter was still so full i almost expected it to burst, i need to do a better job tomorrow, so i need some help with my technique i guess? it deffinatley wasnt the same as my nubian/alpines, and i thought up untill now a milker is a milker is a milker, so i humbly say i was wrong. any help out there for a frustereated and slightly arogant dairy goat farmer?