Right know it’s about 70 degrees will she get over heated because she’s all worked up? I know I’m probably over reacting but this just doesn’t seem normal
From her mom or my other goats?How long have they been separated?
Not really, I quite a few things that she can jump up on to stay out of their wayDo you have hiding places for Berlin? Ones big enough for her but small enough that they cant get to her?
Well from what you said that you bought three at the same time and they still cried, I guess getting her a little buddy won’t help, I’ll see if I can rig up some hiding places but she still cries even when she’s with the other goats, I guess she’s just missing her momIs she still crying when with the other goats? If not, I’d provide quite a few hiding places for her and leave her in and just observe for a while to make sure she’s not being bullied or injured. If for some reason you can’t put hiding places in, I’d separate them again if anyone is going after her.
As for the crying, I bought three at once from the same farm and they still cried themselves hoarse the first day or so then it just stopped and they were suddenly happy, well-adjusted goats. I had a camera I could watch them through so that helped.
That’s the hardest part, the only time she isn’t crying is when I’m with her and I cannot be with her all day, it makes me sad to hear her cry but I don’t know what else to doShe likely is missing her mom. And her familiar surroundings and familiar herd. It takes time. While mine did cry (a lot in the first 36 hours), I do think they stopped quicker because of having each other. I hope Berlin settles in soon. It’s hard to hear them so unhappy.
From her mom.How long have they been separated?
he has been separated from her mom almost 24 hours, she’s a little piggy eats hay and grain like there’s no tomorrow, I’ve seen her pee and poop about 10 timesFrom her mom.
Is she eating and drinking?