Okay, I realize only time will tell, but just wanted some opinions. Last month 8/7 my Nubian/Lamancha doe and one of my kinder does were bawling up a storm. My other kinder doe was in the barn and gave birth that evening. I thought the other 2 might be bawling up a storm because they were in heat. So I put the kinder buck with my kinder doe and the oberhasli buck with the Nubian/Lamancha... Both stood for these "breedings" a few times actually that I saw. I just kept them together for a few hours after I witness this to get back to the other doe in Labor.. Neither of them have come back into heat that I can tell. I had the bucks running with my does last week because of my ober buckling delinquent got out of the fence so I had to fix their pen. It would have been in the time frame that they were to go back in heat. Neither of them stood for the buck during this period... Could they already be bred? My Nubian/Lamancha doe had a severe copper deficiency last year, and well I do have that under control now. Would a Nubian/Lamancha come into heat in August? It was still pretty warm outside etc... The weather wouldn't affect my kinders, but I wasn't sure about the big girl... Opinions?? This would be good news if they did take. I didn't really want to have babies in January, but I think it will be okay.