A customer who bought a doe kid from me last year (she lives 75 miles away) brought her here twice for stud service. This doe is almost a year old. She's a good size, well ready for breeding. The first time, 3 weeks ago, the owner called me in the morning, said she was flagging like crazy, the other does mounting her. (she does not have a buck). She got her here late afternoon, and I bring her to my buck. No flagging, not interested in him. He gives her a couple lip smacks, but is not interested. I try my other buck, same thing. We both figure she went out of heat by the time she got here. Yet the owner says once she got home she started flagging again and into the next day. Okay, we set up for next cycle. Three weeks later, the owner reports again, the doe flagging like crazy, is swollen, the other does mounting her. This time she brings her right away. Once again, same thing. Not flagging, no interest in the bucks, they have no interest in her. I don't get this. Maybe this doe is getting here too early? That maybe she's not coming into standing heat yet? But I've put many a doe in heat that wasn't in standing heat yet and my bucks were still interested. Is it possible the stress of the trip is somehow affecting her? She was shivering a bit, but otherwise did not appear that uncomfortable. Why would she be flagging like crazy one minute, and absolutely nothing the next? Any thoughts?