well long story short, i decided to put the two does in a stall as it was going to rain for the next few days. both were due close together and have lived together for awhile.so thought being separate was more stressful. plus i dont live where my goats are currently so i couldnt check to see if any of the kids would get out in the rain. first one kidded in the early morning before i went and checked on them. she had triplets. the other doe kept trying to take the kids. so when i finally got there. the poor doeling was not wanted by her real dam. took the other doe out and found some birthing fluid to put on the doeling. her dam did lick her but still wasnt really into her. end of the day i moved her and the kids in the outside pen and moved the other doe in the stall. The doeling did manage to drink but was always calling and hungry. i did feed her on the bottle as well as she was the smallest of the litter. the following day was the same thing she was hungry and drank from the bottle so didnt get much from her mom(did use moms milk). finally decided to put her with the other doe who is due anytime as that doe has been crying non stop for the doeling. once the doeling was with her she calmed down and the doeling was happy, she is nursing the one that is due. i did worry about the fact she did not kid yet but figured i can supplement her kids once they arrive. so as of this morning still no kids and the doeling has been with the new mom for 24 hours and drinking her milk. im assuming the doe will not produce much more first milk since the doeling is drinking it. is that correct? so bottle feeding her kids when she has them will be okay for the first 24 hours with frozen colostrum ?