So I have a friend that purchased a herd of Nigerians and after her first round of babies she couldn't part with any of them. She did not sell any of the boys or separate them when she should have like I told her… So now she has a problem on her hands. I hadn't been out there in a while to see them as she hadn't contacted me with any concerns. I knew that there was a possibility that she would have some surprise babies because 1. the bucklings were left with the rest of the herd for way longer than they should have been and 2. the fencing isn't great so the boys(there are 5 of them and 11 girls) get out ALL the time. Well, she sent me a message a few days ago saying they had found a dead baby out in the barn and that one of the girls had a bloody rear end so they were pretty sure she was the mom. I went out to check on everyone today and my heart broke… Three of the girls all had bloody rear ends but no babies anywhere that I could find. One of those three was having a lot of bloody discharge, to the point that every time she laid down she left a puddle behind when she would get back up again. I'm concerned that the girls are getting pushed around and it's been causing them to abort and even more concerned that the one may have an infection.. I convinced her to call the vet in the morning to check on that one. There are two more that I'm pretty sure are pregnant but they're so young and small that I don't know that they'll survive kidding. They were born March 14 and March 25 of last year. I told her I'd take both of them to my place where they don't run the risk of being butted and where I can keep an eye on them better. One of them doesn't have an udder but her sides and tail area are looking really sunken in and the other one definitely has an udder started, she's as wide as a house and her private parts are kind of puffy. Any advice on helping these girls out since they're so young and tiny themselves? I'm worried about them!