So I just put a deposit down on 2 lamanchas does that may or may not be bred. We can't tell yet. If they are they won't be due until end of July/first week of August. One has tested positive for CAE. The owner made it seem like it's not a problem if you pull the kids at birth, although I had thought I'd go for a more natural approach, but I suppose we can work with that. I don't plan on breeding the one that's positive anyway, she can just be there to keep the other one company. But now that I've done more reading and have come to learn that it can be contagious through the water bucket and transfer of other bodily fluids I'm second guessing myself. They appear otherwise healthy and very friendly. Other breeders I've talked to act like it's not a big deal and they have goats that live to ripe old age with the disease. Am I just over thinking this and just take any problems as they come down the road since CAE is becoming so common in dairy goats?