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OK, can a doe show signs of heat and still be bred? Our Boer X doe has been flagging her tail and is supposed to be due late March and she is building an udder. I don't get it. Same with some of my other does. Can they still be bred even if they flag their tail?
 

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Crazy does~

Yes - it's those nutty hormones again! All mine, which are due anywhere from a week ago up into April have even been going over by the buck pen and pushing rears up against the fence and flagging. Driving my boys insane!
 

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Yes, i had an alpine doe some time back that came into heat as scheduled the entire time she was bred. Kept putting her in with the buck she would stand for him. From october to january. She had kids in late February.
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GOOD!!!!! Nellie is almost 3 and we have never had a kid from her. She aborted last time. And she is due late March and is getting fat and always wags her tail. I was getting worried. But great! I thought my goats had problems.
 
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