We have a boer doe that kidded sometime this morning with a single doe kid, she was acting fine and still is acting ok. I just got called out to the barn to see my dad holding an underdeveloped kid still in the sack that she had just passed. We took it out of the barn and I did a brief examination before we buried it. The sack was very very thick, and on the outside there were these squishy callousy things that looked like banana slices. The kid was white with a red head, but the white fur was stained brown. It had no teeth and no eyelashes and was obviously underdeveloped. What I am unable to determine is if the kid is either just 3 weeks premature or if the kid had died in-uetero(sp?) and slightly mummified. I've never dealt with anything like this, we are treating her for uterine infection though. I don't know if she passed afterbirth or not, because when the kid was found this morning it was completely dried and nursed(our does usually pass afterbirth within half an hour) thanks for your help.