I have a buck with bad pasterns. I got him this last fall at two years old. His feet had never been taken care of at all. I know, I know, why buy a buck with bad feet? Bucks, all goats, are rather far and few between here and, while I have a line on a nice (I hope) Ober buckling in the spring, I need a buck now and he does the job. Anyway, back to the subject, with the lack of treatment do you think his bad feet are from that or more possibly genetic? I would love to keep one or two bucklings out of him (if I get any :crazy) for pack wethers. I need a couple of new ones. Would their feet be likely to hold up with proper care. They would also get more excercise than this guy did.