I have never had any problems with any of my girls milk supply. All my goats have access to as much feed as they want 24/7 plus extra supplement when they are pregnant.They look wide!
You may want to increase Lilly's feed intake. She looks pretty underweight. I'd want to get her weight up before the kids arrive so she's producing plenty of milk for them.
They were all wormed just before they got pregnant. Is it ok to worm them again now?Wow! 25 kids! Must have been a ball to watch LOL.....
How long has it been since you dewormed Lilly? Maybe she has a bit of a load? She does look some underweight, and with all that food, she shouldn't!
When i passed all this info to my hubby his immediate reply was she is old (7yrs) & has never been meaty. Lilly was the size of a coke can when i brought her home. The other doe is full blood pedigree Boer goat & only 3yrs old & 2nd time bred only.Johne's disease might be something to look into as well if her fecals come back clean for worms/cocci. Unless she's an old doe that has a hard time keeping weight on, she should be more filled in. The other doe looks fine.