Pygmy wethers are bucks that have been fixed (castrated) and can no longer reproduce. These boys typically have a mismark or fault that would prohibit them from competing as a buck or had other characteristics the breeder decided should not be duplicated.
These boys make wonderful pets. Once castrated they lose the breeding instinct, buck masculinity and habits plus that distinct smell of a buck goat.
Large wether classes exist at NPGA shows. Wethers compete against the breed standard but a large percentage of the score is determined by behavior in the show ring since they are considered pets.
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