Well after another long night at work and my poor mother on baby goat watch Caddy looked like she wasn't going to kid.. She seemed very normal and was out and about grazing in the paddock around 8:30 am when I got off work.. Two hours later right before our mid-morning rather late breakfast I went out and there was Caddy in the middle of the paddock surrounded by a trio of very new babies!! So there was scrambling to grab the kidding kit, get each baby dried off, cords dipped, and so forth. Momma Caddy was doing a great job on her own and seemed to think we humans were going about the cleaning off of babies incorrectly... tongues not towels.. :slapfloor: There are 3 little bucks! One is very tiny, one is rather large. The big one seems to have a funny back leg that isn't quite straight and seems to give him trouble with walking. That's a selenium issue I think??? The other two are walking around just fine. Should I supplement momma Caddy with Selenium? Would BOS be enough? She had a Bo-Se shot a month ago.. I don't want to overdose her on selenium. Thank you for any advice, I can try and get better photos of him later if you'd like to see what it looks like when he walks on it, maybe even a video. And now the photos!! The big buckling! Sprawled out Big buckling next to small buckling This one's white fur is longer than his black fur! Brothers!