I had a doe kid yesterday with triplets and one is due on Saturday, so imagine my surprise when I saw a big wet spot on the ground when I was feeding this evening. It seemed out of place and I started looking at the girls behinds and the second one I checked had some mucous hanging. I didn't even know she was pregnant! I bought her last June and the owner thought she was pregnant and due in August. Her belly was very big and she looked pregnant but August came and went with nothing. She never bagged up and Sept and Oct went by and she looked the same so I figured that is her shape, she's seven and has had who knows how many kids so she just looks that way. I never saw her breed with my buck so I really had no idea she was bred, until this evening. I hustled her off to a kidding pen, thank God its in the mid 40's tonight, and she was eating and then squatting and pushing, then eating again. SHe kidded 2 boy kids an 8lb and a 6lb, but she has NO milk. I had a tube of colostrom which i divided between them and I have some frozen milk from a doe that kidded in Sept with one kid and I thawed it out and they each took about an ounce. I am hoping she will get milk, but I've never had one kid without milk before so I just don't know. Does anyone know if that is likely?