Dairy goats are labor intensive. Every year we re-evaluate the way we do things and look for new and innovative ways to make goat keeping less work. This is important, as most of us have a life - other than goats. Since the discovery of CAE, pooled milk is fed only pasteurized and dam raising is usually frowned upon. This forces most people to hand raise their kids to reduce chances of disease, tame kids and also to use the milk for human needs. Dairy cattle have shown that successful calf rearing can be done with two feedings a day. I would like to hear from those who have fed milk to kids only twice a day to find out their results. Most of us, feed 3-4 feedings a day with the thought that the kids tummies can’t hold much so – they need multiple feedings for optimum growth. Because of the labor, some dam raise or use cold milk fed free choice etc. What is your experience with feeding 2 X a day if you have done so?