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I was so worried that Angel wouldn't have enough to feed her baby, Gem. Her udder was barely a handful after having her and now LOOK!!
I am so happy that this baby is doing so well...both of them as Angel is only 9 months old.

This is the day she gave birth.


This is today, at 4 days fresh


Having a baby hasn't changed her at all, she is just as sweet as ever and really enjoys it when I touch her udder she just squats and lets me scratch and rub her! Hopefully she'll feel the same with her next freshening, which is a long ways off as I want her to mature a bit more first!
 

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Looks good. I've had a few do that, look real small at kidding and then blow up by a week or so.
 

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Here udder is looking good now
Thank you so much for your support Theresa, you and Stacey did reasure me that Gem would be fine and now Angel has proved you right! Not bad for a baby thats a mommy!....Do you think I should be giving her more than 2 tums a day for xtra calcium? Would it help her at all?
 

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I don't have any pics of Angels dams udder but it was really not good support wise, There was no median support or even much of a rear support, right now even though I can feel definition in Angels medial it is really hard to see and be able to tell what future freshenings will be like for her. I do hope that Hank has passed some of his dams tightness on to her.
 
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