My yearling doe that just freshened has bowed rear legs. It is bowed at the joint where the dew claws are. I am figuring it is a couple things that caused this. 1) she was carrying kids, 2) she and her buddy kept knocking the mineral feeder off the wall, so she didn't always have minerals like I want them to, and 3) I was having some hoof trimming issues..and a lot of people I asked said don't trim the heel..they said that was my problem...turns out...the heel was too long! And I was afraid to cut the heel because I thought it would worsen my problems. :sigh: So, I am working on her feet now...but her leg is bowed. Does she need more calcium?? She is getting 12 tums a day...I don't really know if this helps, but I've read it does. What else could I give her that might be more effective. She does have minerals in front of her now..for probably about the last month(finally got the feeder to stay on the wall! Yay!). I feel bad, because this is my fault...any ideas on how to fix it? Ever had this problem before? Thanks!