I had two doelings born May 2 and a buckling born May 4 from my two does. How soon can I put the kids together in a playpen and let the does (sisters) go graze a bit? I put the 3 kids together today with the newest mom and saw that the mothers weren't ready to integrate so I kept the doelings in their crate in the shed while their mom grazed. Ginger and her buckling are still bonding and I saw that they needed to be together so they are staying in the shed a few hours while Ginger's pen is drying after being cleaned and sanitized. Basically each doe has a pen, then there is a large moveable shed that they would all "fit" in or that can be used as a playpen. I am working on cocci management by cleaning the pens every other day and using the shed as the parking place while the pen is dried and aired out. But eventually I want to leave the kids in the shed and let the mothers in and out as they please when the babies call for them or the mothers want to be nursed. I thought it through to getting the kids on the ground, now I need some guidance for between now and two weeks old. Thanks.