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  1. Dairy Diaries
    Okay I am looking at this doe prospectively:ponder:. She is two years old and this is her second freshening. She peaked a gallon a day :stars: on a first freshening :). The question I have is this: how does her udder look? Will it become severely detached in the future? Shes no show goat...
  2. Health & Wellness
    Hello all, I'm new to this forum, but my mother was a member 10 years ago when the both of use were raising Boer goats together. My mom has since passed and I'm getting back in to goats. I still consider myself a newbie. I have a nubian mama and her two 2 month old babes. I'm not milking her...
  3. Health & Wellness
    I have a first freshening doe who has developed a SUPER lopsided udder. She freshened with a nice, symmetrical udder and I was planning on having her appraised and shown next month. I did a california mastitis test and couldn't see anything significant. She is dam raising her twin doelings...
  4. Goat Management
    hello, this is my first time posting but have a situation that I cannot seem to find an answer to so I decided to come to a large group of knowledge to get some thoughts. we have a 5 year old doe who freshened, we believe, for the 3rd time with twins. we bought her last spring with 3 month...
  5. Goat Management
    The new La Mancha cross doe I got has something wrong with her udder. I first thought she was bred, because she is being housed with a buck. Further examination proved it was NOT a milk bag. The udder is hard, it feels like scar tissue and is has lumps and bumps. It doesn't seem like Mastitis to...
  6. Goat Frenzy
    I just got a nigerian dwarf from a friend who had rescued them from a bad situation.Im not sure what all happened,but when i got her she said shes due in a month.Well I looked at her and shes not that fat and shes not uddering at all.We are thinking maybe she is pregnant but not due for a few...
  7. Dairy Diaries
    Wondering how many out there use their own recipe for teat dip or teat wash. If so, what is it? Or do you use a certain commercial variety?
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