Sooooooooooooo - Yesterday morning when I turned the goats out I noticed that my 6 month old buckling was really interested in my 5 month old doeling, and she was actually standing for him... so I decided to go ahead and separate everyone and not rely on just the buck apron. The buckling and my wether went in their separate pen area ... until I came home at 430 pm and realized that the buckling was in the pasture with the does, and I caught him mid mount on my little girl! He managed to not only slip out of his buck apron, but also to jump a 5 foot fence to get at her.... and she was all about it, in full standing heat. By the time I got out there it was pretty obvious the deed had been successfully done. I put the buckling back in his area and ran some electric wire to further fortify the fence and prevent it happening again. Obviously... she is way too young. She's about 75 lbs and while extremely healthy and a stout little girl (nubian/lamancha cross), I'm feeling like my only option is to go the abortion route. Looking for any thoughts/opinions on this as a large part of me feels that since she was so ready and in heat, maybe she would tolerate the pregnancy decently... but the other part of me knows that lute is a pretty easy route and may be the overall better option. In case this matters, she's about 50% of her mom's size give or take.