I have a hard decision to make within the next six days. A lady I know is downsizing her herd and offered to give me one of her nubian does. I would offer her a nice pet home where she could retire from breeding (even though she's only 5). She was not bred at the time. We set up a time for delivery and then I got an email saying there was an unexpected issue. The doe went into heat and her Boer buck jumped his fence and bred her. :sigh: She would be due the end of December. I have no experience with breeding anything, or milking anything. I was told I could give her a shot of lutalyse on the 11th day after breeding to end the pregnancy. What would you all do? I did think I might breed her once at some time, but I really wanted full bred nubian kids not Boer/nubian crosses. Plus kids in December? December and January in Kansas is pretty rough. Can young survive very well? I just don't know what to do. Any of you have experience using lutalyse? Any suggestions? Thanks!