My year old sable buckling, JC's Black Monday, almost became JC's No-Parts Tuesday. The managed to get himself hung upside down on the gate, don't ask how, I'm still trying to figure this one out myself, with one leg and his 'parts' wedged in the crosspipes. It was after dark when he did this and all I know was I heard a blood curdling goat scream. Rushed out with my flashlight and there the poor thing was front legs on the ground, one back leg and his 'parts' wedged at a 90degree angle on crosspeices. I got him down, nothing broken, thank goodness. He's a bit sore and somewhat bruised and a bit swollen. Here's the question. I don't know if he's damaged himself or not. Should I go ahead and wether him or should I sell him as planned with the caveat that he sorta hurt himself. His parents are both registared solid white Saanan dairy goats, only his dad comes from a bloodline heavy on Sables (which the breeder didn't bother to tell me when I purchased the buck). He popped out solid black. I've had offers to both purchase or to breed him. I'm not sure what to do. Advice please.