Don't worry, shoes were sanitized. And no, I didn't bring anything home. eck. We went because we're interested in selling our boer meat kids at auction. Sure beats butchering a ton of them for people for less than they sell at auction. Previously, we sold them for 2.00/lb hanging weight. It'd also be nice to know what the baseline going price is for meats. We have some wethers born first week of March (about 3.5 mon) and we're wondering if we should take them off their dams and to the auction. I've been told the prices is 2.15/lb live for goats. Is there a preferred age for meat wethers? I think they're about ideal right now. They're not weaned, so they haven't stressed and slowed growth yet. Big, shiny, handsome... Wethered but still horned. One is wild, the other is actually really tame on accident, lol. And man, do our goats blow the ones we saw there outta the water. There were some pygmy bucks, a lamancha doe who wasn't bad but she was squinting for some reason, some SKINNY diarrhea boers, some blegh boers, and some who-knows-what mutts. None were shiny and healthy like my herd. I'm thinking we'd command top dollar with our meat wethers.